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Palestinian Refugee Drowns on Syrian-Turkish Borders

Published : 05-10-2019

Palestinian Refugee Drowns on Syrian-Turkish Borders

The body of a Palestinian refugee was spotted floating in Assi Valley, separating the Turkish and Syrian borders, on Thursday, October 3.

The casualty—Ghayth Ghazi Saleh Khaled AlMaajal, who took shelter in Syria’s AlSabina refugee camp, before he was deported to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria—drowned as he attempted to creep into the Turkish territories.

Some 325 Palestinian families displaced from southern Damascus to the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout refugee camp, north of Syria, continue to launch cries for help over their exacerbated humanitarian situation.

The camp has been a hotbed for snakes and rodents. Civilians have also been subjected to an acute dearth in much-needed food and drinking water.

Youths taking refuge in the camps have been unable to pursue their studies as no educational facilities have been established in the area. The lack of healthcare facilities and employment opportunities have made the situation far worse.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9186

The body of a Palestinian refugee was spotted floating in Assi Valley, separating the Turkish and Syrian borders, on Thursday, October 3.

The casualty—Ghayth Ghazi Saleh Khaled AlMaajal, who took shelter in Syria’s AlSabina refugee camp, before he was deported to Deir Ballout Camp, north of Syria—drowned as he attempted to creep into the Turkish territories.

Some 325 Palestinian families displaced from southern Damascus to the poorly-equipped Deir Ballout refugee camp, north of Syria, continue to launch cries for help over their exacerbated humanitarian situation.

The camp has been a hotbed for snakes and rodents. Civilians have also been subjected to an acute dearth in much-needed food and drinking water.

Youths taking refuge in the camps have been unable to pursue their studies as no educational facilities have been established in the area. The lack of healthcare facilities and employment opportunities have made the situation far worse.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9186