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Air Strikes Target the Eastern District of Khan Sheikh Camp, Resulted in Casualties among Civilians

Published : 06-07-2016

Air Strikes Target the Eastern District of Khan Sheikh Camp, Resulted in Casualties among Civilians

The Russian warplanes implemented air strikes against the eastern neighborhood Khan Al Shieh camp in Damascus suburb with two rockets, one of them did not explode. The shelling resulted in a number of injuries, including women and children, a Honda car was burnt, and great damages of buildings and properties.

Fir their turn, residents of the camp demanded the UN and the human rights organizations to intervene in order to stop shelling the camp that is inhabited with unarmed civilians.

 The deteriorated security situation at Khan Al Shieh area exacerbated the humanitarian and living conditions due to the closure of Zakia-Khan Al Shieh road, which is the only road connects the camp with the Syrian capital of Damascus. The Syrian regime prevented the entry of food, medicine, and bread.

Meanwhile, activists said that the continuous strict siege imposed by the Syrian regime will result in the loss of all food and medical materials, as they warned of repeating the same scenario that happened in Yarmouk, which resulted in the death of 187 refugees due to starvation and siege.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3551

The Russian warplanes implemented air strikes against the eastern neighborhood Khan Al Shieh camp in Damascus suburb with two rockets, one of them did not explode. The shelling resulted in a number of injuries, including women and children, a Honda car was burnt, and great damages of buildings and properties.

Fir their turn, residents of the camp demanded the UN and the human rights organizations to intervene in order to stop shelling the camp that is inhabited with unarmed civilians.

 The deteriorated security situation at Khan Al Shieh area exacerbated the humanitarian and living conditions due to the closure of Zakia-Khan Al Shieh road, which is the only road connects the camp with the Syrian capital of Damascus. The Syrian regime prevented the entry of food, medicine, and bread.

Meanwhile, activists said that the continuous strict siege imposed by the Syrian regime will result in the loss of all food and medical materials, as they warned of repeating the same scenario that happened in Yarmouk, which resulted in the death of 187 refugees due to starvation and siege.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3551