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Pro-Gov’t Palestinian Groups in Syria Cash-Strapped

Published : 26-10-2019

Pro-Gov’t Palestinian Groups in Syria Cash-Strapped

Palestinian squads affiliated with the Syrian government have gone through an unprecedented financial crisis after they scaled down their military activities at government-held sites.

Senior officers from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) – General Command (GC) said dozens of gunmen have not received their salaries for months.

Over recent months, a number of Palestinian factions in Damascus have laid off dozens of Palestinian gunmen. The Free Palestine Movement, Fatah AlIntifada, and AlSa’eka groups disarmed dozens of pro-government fighters and cut off their salaries.

Speaking with AGPS, local sources attributed the Lay-off to the de-escalation and funding shortfall. The move reportedly stirred the wrath of a number of kicked-out officers who have no other sources of income. Several injured fighters also said they have received no compensations over their military services.

Hundreds of Palestinian refugees have been killed as they joined pro-government battles waged against opposition groups, ISIS militias, and AlNusra battalions.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9274

Palestinian squads affiliated with the Syrian government have gone through an unprecedented financial crisis after they scaled down their military activities at government-held sites.

Senior officers from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) – General Command (GC) said dozens of gunmen have not received their salaries for months.

Over recent months, a number of Palestinian factions in Damascus have laid off dozens of Palestinian gunmen. The Free Palestine Movement, Fatah AlIntifada, and AlSa’eka groups disarmed dozens of pro-government fighters and cut off their salaries.

Speaking with AGPS, local sources attributed the Lay-off to the de-escalation and funding shortfall. The move reportedly stirred the wrath of a number of kicked-out officers who have no other sources of income. Several injured fighters also said they have received no compensations over their military services.

Hundreds of Palestinian refugees have been killed as they joined pro-government battles waged against opposition groups, ISIS militias, and AlNusra battalions.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9274