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Palestinian Refugee Assassinated in Syria

Published : 19-10-2019

Palestinian Refugee Assassinated in Syria

Palestinian refugee Firas Salim AlMesri was assassinated on Thursday, October 17, by anonymous gunmen in Daraa Camp, south of Syria.

The refugee was killed in a drive-by shooting attack by a masked man boarding a motorcycle, outside of Firas’s shop in Daraa Camp. He died right on the spot.

Firas, born in 1982, was the commander of Abnaa AlAqsa battalion, affiliated with the Syrian opposition.

Over recent years, Palestinians taking shelter in Daraa province have expressed deep concern over the security situation in the area after reports have emerged on increasing assassination attempts.

Activists have accused pro-government militias of assassinating opposition affiliates south of Syria in violation of the reconciliation accords struck between the two sides.

AGPS documented the death of hundreds of Palestinian refugees in Daraa province, home to nearly 8,500 Palestinian refugees.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9246

Palestinian refugee Firas Salim AlMesri was assassinated on Thursday, October 17, by anonymous gunmen in Daraa Camp, south of Syria.

The refugee was killed in a drive-by shooting attack by a masked man boarding a motorcycle, outside of Firas’s shop in Daraa Camp. He died right on the spot.

Firas, born in 1982, was the commander of Abnaa AlAqsa battalion, affiliated with the Syrian opposition.

Over recent years, Palestinians taking shelter in Daraa province have expressed deep concern over the security situation in the area after reports have emerged on increasing assassination attempts.

Activists have accused pro-government militias of assassinating opposition affiliates south of Syria in violation of the reconciliation accords struck between the two sides.

AGPS documented the death of hundreds of Palestinian refugees in Daraa province, home to nearly 8,500 Palestinian refugees.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9246