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AGPS: Sweden refusal to grant asylum to Palestinians of Syria coming from the Gulf states, could put their lives at risk

Published : 03-12-2016

AGPS: Sweden refusal to grant asylum to Palestinians of Syria coming from the Gulf states, could put their lives at risk

AGPS is deeply concerned over the fate of dozens of Palestinian-Syrian refugees after Sweden rebuffed appeals to grant those fleeing Gulf States asylum status.

AGPS kept a close eye on the daily crackdowns Palestinians of Syria have been subjected to in a number of Gulf countries.

Refugees who spend three to six month outside those countries are often systematically bereaved of their right to provisional stays, forcing dozens to wonder down and out in streets.

The situation has gone far worse due to the tough measures imposed by the Turkish, Jordanian, and Egyptian authorities on the Palestinians fleeing war-torn Syria.

AGPS calls on the Swedish Migration Agency to reconsider its asylum knockback so as to preserve the lives of hundreds who have been living under the threat of torture, abduction, and bloodshed.

3,400 were already killed in embattled Syria. Hundreds of others are on the verge of breathing their last on the migration road.

AGPS urges Sweden to resume its positive and humanitarian responses towards Palestinian refugees, as has been the case over the past few decades. Sweden had warmly received thousands of asylum-seekers during the Gulf Wars and the Lebanese and Syrian turmoils. 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4316

AGPS is deeply concerned over the fate of dozens of Palestinian-Syrian refugees after Sweden rebuffed appeals to grant those fleeing Gulf States asylum status.

AGPS kept a close eye on the daily crackdowns Palestinians of Syria have been subjected to in a number of Gulf countries.

Refugees who spend three to six month outside those countries are often systematically bereaved of their right to provisional stays, forcing dozens to wonder down and out in streets.

The situation has gone far worse due to the tough measures imposed by the Turkish, Jordanian, and Egyptian authorities on the Palestinians fleeing war-torn Syria.

AGPS calls on the Swedish Migration Agency to reconsider its asylum knockback so as to preserve the lives of hundreds who have been living under the threat of torture, abduction, and bloodshed.

3,400 were already killed in embattled Syria. Hundreds of others are on the verge of breathing their last on the migration road.

AGPS urges Sweden to resume its positive and humanitarian responses towards Palestinian refugees, as has been the case over the past few decades. Sweden had warmly received thousands of asylum-seekers during the Gulf Wars and the Lebanese and Syrian turmoils. 

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/4316