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Palestinians of Syria in numbers and Statistics until 17 January 2016

Published : 18-01-2016

Palestinians of Syria in numbers and Statistics until 17 January 2016

  • 15,500 Palestinian Syrian refugees in Jordan, 42,500 Palestinian Syrian refugees in Lebanon, and 6,000 refugees in Egypt, according to the UNRWA's statistics till July 2015.
  • More than 71,200 Palestinian Syrian refugees have arrived Europe until the end of December 2015.
  • The Yarmouk Camp: still under siege imposed by the Syrian Regime's Army and PFLP-GC (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command), continued for 918 days respectively. In addition, power cuts continued for more than 1007 days, water cut for 496 days. The number of victims due to the siege has reached to 184 victims.
  • Al Sbeina Camp: Syrian Regime's Army still preventing the residents from returning back to their houses for 802 days respectively.
  • Handarat Camp: All of its residents have left the camp for 995 days after the Syrian Opposition Groups controlled it.
  • Dara’a Camp: Running water cut continues for 656 days, and 70% of its buildings were distroyed.
  • Jarmana, AL-SaiedaZainab, Al-Raml, Al-Aedein Homs and AedeinHama: A relatively quiet situations in light of the economic crises.
  • Khan Al Sheih Camp: Roads linking the camp to the city center are still closed except for Zakia-Khan EShieh road.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2669

  • 15,500 Palestinian Syrian refugees in Jordan, 42,500 Palestinian Syrian refugees in Lebanon, and 6,000 refugees in Egypt, according to the UNRWA's statistics till July 2015.
  • More than 71,200 Palestinian Syrian refugees have arrived Europe until the end of December 2015.
  • The Yarmouk Camp: still under siege imposed by the Syrian Regime's Army and PFLP-GC (Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine – General Command), continued for 918 days respectively. In addition, power cuts continued for more than 1007 days, water cut for 496 days. The number of victims due to the siege has reached to 184 victims.
  • Al Sbeina Camp: Syrian Regime's Army still preventing the residents from returning back to their houses for 802 days respectively.
  • Handarat Camp: All of its residents have left the camp for 995 days after the Syrian Opposition Groups controlled it.
  • Dara’a Camp: Running water cut continues for 656 days, and 70% of its buildings were distroyed.
  • Jarmana, AL-SaiedaZainab, Al-Raml, Al-Aedein Homs and AedeinHama: A relatively quiet situations in light of the economic crises.
  • Khan Al Sheih Camp: Roads linking the camp to the city center are still closed except for Zakia-Khan EShieh road.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/2669