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Palestinian Child from Syria Loses Parents in War-Torn Syria

Published : 25-11-2018

Palestinian Child from Syria Loses Parents in War-Torn Syria

Palestinian girl Sham, aged four, has lost her patents and grandfather in the raging warfare rocking the Syrian territories.

Sham was deported from her home in Yarmouk Camp to southern Damascus, before she was sent to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria, where she has been taking shelter in a poorly-equipped tent.

Sham’s father Omar AlMesri was kidnapped by Syrian government forces some four years ago. His condition and whereabouts have been shrouded in mystery.

Her mother Hadil Abu Madi was also kidnapped by ISIS militias from Yarmouk Camp on July 8, 2016, before she was executed six months later over allegations of collaboration with the Syrian government.

The child’s uncle, Lorens Abu Madi, has been missing since July 5, 2013 after he had disappeared from AlTadhamun neighborhood, south of Damascus.

Her grandmother was kidnapped by pro-government squads on January 24, 2016 and was released in a prisoner swap deal struck on February 3, 2017.

Sham’s only living relative, her grandfather Mohamed Yasin Abu Madi, called Abu URWA, died from a heart attack rocking his vulnerable body as a result of medical neglect and the freezing temperatures that swamped Deir Ballout Camp.

Activist Fatima Jaber said Sham, along with her uncle and grandmother, have been taking refuge inside a ramshackle tent in Deir Ballout. She has reportedly been going through sleepless nights and refusing to eat food owing to the loss of her dearest grandfather, whom she calls “baba” (dad).

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7998

Palestinian girl Sham, aged four, has lost her patents and grandfather in the raging warfare rocking the Syrian territories.

Sham was deported from her home in Yarmouk Camp to southern Damascus, before she was sent to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria, where she has been taking shelter in a poorly-equipped tent.

Sham’s father Omar AlMesri was kidnapped by Syrian government forces some four years ago. His condition and whereabouts have been shrouded in mystery.

Her mother Hadil Abu Madi was also kidnapped by ISIS militias from Yarmouk Camp on July 8, 2016, before she was executed six months later over allegations of collaboration with the Syrian government.

The child’s uncle, Lorens Abu Madi, has been missing since July 5, 2013 after he had disappeared from AlTadhamun neighborhood, south of Damascus.

Her grandmother was kidnapped by pro-government squads on January 24, 2016 and was released in a prisoner swap deal struck on February 3, 2017.

Sham’s only living relative, her grandfather Mohamed Yasin Abu Madi, called Abu URWA, died from a heart attack rocking his vulnerable body as a result of medical neglect and the freezing temperatures that swamped Deir Ballout Camp.

Activist Fatima Jaber said Sham, along with her uncle and grandmother, have been taking refuge inside a ramshackle tent in Deir Ballout. She has reportedly been going through sleepless nights and refusing to eat food owing to the loss of her dearest grandfather, whom she calls “baba” (dad).

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7998