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AGPS: 3,920 Palestinian Refugees Pronounced Dead in War-Torn Syria

Published : 10-03-2019

AGPS: 3,920 Palestinian Refugees Pronounced Dead in War-Torn Syria

AGPS has documented the death of 3,920 Palestinian refugees in Syria, including 478 women and girls, since 2011, as a result of war-related incidents.

Yarmouk Camp topped the list with 1,422 casualties, followed by 263 in Daraa Camp, 202 in Khan Eshieh Camp in Damascus countryside, 168 in Aleppo ’s AlNeirab Camp, and 124 in AlHusainiya Camp.

188 Palestinians also died in unknown locations while hundreds of others were pronounced dead in refugee camps and communities across Syria.

AGPS found out that 1,198 refugees were killed under shelling; 1,069 were fatally gunned down, while 572 others were tortured to death in Assad regime detention centers.

Scores of Palestinian refugees have also been left wounded, including dozens who have undergone limb amputation or eye loss.

Over 1,733 Palestinians have, meanwhile, been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian dungeons, according to AGPS data.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8415

AGPS has documented the death of 3,920 Palestinian refugees in Syria, including 478 women and girls, since 2011, as a result of war-related incidents.

Yarmouk Camp topped the list with 1,422 casualties, followed by 263 in Daraa Camp, 202 in Khan Eshieh Camp in Damascus countryside, 168 in Aleppo ’s AlNeirab Camp, and 124 in AlHusainiya Camp.

188 Palestinians also died in unknown locations while hundreds of others were pronounced dead in refugee camps and communities across Syria.

AGPS found out that 1,198 refugees were killed under shelling; 1,069 were fatally gunned down, while 572 others were tortured to death in Assad regime detention centers.

Scores of Palestinian refugees have also been left wounded, including dozens who have undergone limb amputation or eye loss.

Over 1,733 Palestinians have, meanwhile, been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian dungeons, according to AGPS data.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/8415