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The AGPS Appeals the International Community to Intervene for Palestinians of Syria

Published : 22-06-2016

The AGPS Appeals the International Community to Intervene for Palestinians of Syria

The AGPS issued a press statement yesterday in the occasion of the World Refugee Day. The Statement indicated the suffering of the Palestinians of Syria due to the ongoing conflict for more than five years and the consequences such as the destruction of some Palestinian camps, besieging some other camps and the death of 3263 Palestinian refugees by all kinds of weapons. 1081 refugees died due to shelling, 447 refugees died due to torture in the detention centers, 187 refugees died due to the siege imposed on the Yarmouk camp because of starvation and lack of essential food and medical needs. Hundreds of Palestinian refugees died in and outside the Palestinian camps due to clashes, field execution, or directly targeted.

The statement confirmed that the Syrian crisis resulted in the displacement of more than 280,000 Palestinian refugees who fled from their camps and houses in Syria, while 42,500 refugees fled to Lebanon, 15,500 refugees fled to Jordan, 8000 refugees fled to Turkey, 6000 refugees fled to Egypt, 1000 refugees fled to Gaza, and about 72,000 refugees fled to Europe as a result of the loss of living and social security inside Syria.

Following the challenges faced by the Palestinians of Syria, which was described as Dangerous according to the statement, the AGPS appealed the international community to the urgent need to end attacks and violations against the Palestinian refugees inside and outside Syria. The AGPS also demanded the Syrian regime to reveal the fate of 1077 refugees who are detained inside its prisons.

The AGPS called for all forms of protection for Palestinian refugees stipulated by international conventions, to lift the siege on the Palestinian refugee camps, and to allow the entry of urgent relief convoys for Palestinian refugees inside the besieged camps and areas.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3477

The AGPS issued a press statement yesterday in the occasion of the World Refugee Day. The Statement indicated the suffering of the Palestinians of Syria due to the ongoing conflict for more than five years and the consequences such as the destruction of some Palestinian camps, besieging some other camps and the death of 3263 Palestinian refugees by all kinds of weapons. 1081 refugees died due to shelling, 447 refugees died due to torture in the detention centers, 187 refugees died due to the siege imposed on the Yarmouk camp because of starvation and lack of essential food and medical needs. Hundreds of Palestinian refugees died in and outside the Palestinian camps due to clashes, field execution, or directly targeted.

The statement confirmed that the Syrian crisis resulted in the displacement of more than 280,000 Palestinian refugees who fled from their camps and houses in Syria, while 42,500 refugees fled to Lebanon, 15,500 refugees fled to Jordan, 8000 refugees fled to Turkey, 6000 refugees fled to Egypt, 1000 refugees fled to Gaza, and about 72,000 refugees fled to Europe as a result of the loss of living and social security inside Syria.

Following the challenges faced by the Palestinians of Syria, which was described as Dangerous according to the statement, the AGPS appealed the international community to the urgent need to end attacks and violations against the Palestinian refugees inside and outside Syria. The AGPS also demanded the Syrian regime to reveal the fate of 1077 refugees who are detained inside its prisons.

The AGPS called for all forms of protection for Palestinian refugees stipulated by international conventions, to lift the siege on the Palestinian refugee camps, and to allow the entry of urgent relief convoys for Palestinian refugees inside the besieged camps and areas.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3477