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Palestinian Syrian Families Stranded at Izaz Area South of Aleppo Renew their Appeals

Published : 02-08-2016

Palestinian Syrian Families Stranded at Izaz Area South of Aleppo Renew their Appeals

20 families, about 100 people,  including children, women, and elderly people have been stranded  for  more than 7 months in Izaz area in the north of Aleppo near the Syrian-Turkish borders . The AGPS renewed their appealing for International and humanitarian organizations, the Palestinian Embassy and General Commissioner for Refugees to intervene in order to help them to enter Turkish territory.

They confirmed that they have tried many times to enter the Turkish lands but they failed due to the spread of the Turkish army along the Syrian borders, in addition to the fear of smuggling.

In terms of the humanitarian aspect, they suffer from miserable and harsh living conditions, as they sleep in the open among the olive trees, which impacted negatively on their health and psychological conditions, children in particular.

 It is noteworthy that Turkey has established smart monitoring towers, where it monitors any moving object approaching the Turkish-Syrian border, in addition to warnings in Turkish, English and Arabic languages for each moving object approaching 300 meters from the border.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3677

20 families, about 100 people,  including children, women, and elderly people have been stranded  for  more than 7 months in Izaz area in the north of Aleppo near the Syrian-Turkish borders . The AGPS renewed their appealing for International and humanitarian organizations, the Palestinian Embassy and General Commissioner for Refugees to intervene in order to help them to enter Turkish territory.

They confirmed that they have tried many times to enter the Turkish lands but they failed due to the spread of the Turkish army along the Syrian borders, in addition to the fear of smuggling.

In terms of the humanitarian aspect, they suffer from miserable and harsh living conditions, as they sleep in the open among the olive trees, which impacted negatively on their health and psychological conditions, children in particular.

 It is noteworthy that Turkey has established smart monitoring towers, where it monitors any moving object approaching the Turkish-Syrian border, in addition to warnings in Turkish, English and Arabic languages for each moving object approaching 300 meters from the border.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/3677