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80-Year-Old Palestinian Refugee Homeless in Syria

Published : 29-10-2019

80-Year-Old Palestinian Refugee Homeless in Syria

Priest Boutros Hazouri and Palestinian activists have called on the national and international humanitarian institutions to take urgent action in order to save an elderly Palestinian refugee in his 80s who has been left without a roof over his head in Hums’s western edges.

On his Facebook account, clergyman Hazouri posted the identity card of the homeless Palestinian refugee—Fathi AlKubra, the son of Ahmad and Zakia Bourek. He was born in Safad, in occupied Palestine, in 1939.

The man has reportedly been wondering in the streets between Kafra and Marmarita areas, near the Christians’ Valley, west of Hums. He was recently taken to Dar AlBishara for elderly care in AlShahara Church.

The seven-year warfare rocking the Syrian territories has forced Palestinian refugees, most notably children and the elderly, to endure terrible experiences and witness nightmarish scenes that far exceed one’s capacity to get to grips with them.

With scenes of destruction, bloodshed, displacement, and death occurring around the clock, elderly Palestinian refugees have gone traumatized.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9287

Priest Boutros Hazouri and Palestinian activists have called on the national and international humanitarian institutions to take urgent action in order to save an elderly Palestinian refugee in his 80s who has been left without a roof over his head in Hums’s western edges.

On his Facebook account, clergyman Hazouri posted the identity card of the homeless Palestinian refugee—Fathi AlKubra, the son of Ahmad and Zakia Bourek. He was born in Safad, in occupied Palestine, in 1939.

The man has reportedly been wondering in the streets between Kafra and Marmarita areas, near the Christians’ Valley, west of Hums. He was recently taken to Dar AlBishara for elderly care in AlShahara Church.

The seven-year warfare rocking the Syrian territories has forced Palestinian refugees, most notably children and the elderly, to endure terrible experiences and witness nightmarish scenes that far exceed one’s capacity to get to grips with them.

With scenes of destruction, bloodshed, displacement, and death occurring around the clock, elderly Palestinian refugees have gone traumatized.

Short URL : https://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/9287