Hundreds of Palestinian families were displaced from southern Damascus to poorly-equipped refugee camps in northern Syria.
Hundreds of displaced Palestinian families have expressed deep concern over their fate as reports continue to emerge on underway preparations by the Syrian regime for a possible large-scale military operation on the northern Syrian province of Idlib.
Idlib, among other northern Syrian regions, has been home to scores of Palestinian refugees who have been displaced from Damascus and Yarmouk Camp. The families have been enduring a tragic situation. Most of them have been crammed in poorly-equipped tents and denied access to vital services.
According to the Syrian newspaper Al-Watan, which is known for its connections to Bashar Al-Assad’s regime, the Syrian regime’s forces have completed military preparations for an operation in Aleppo’s suburbs and villages.
This operation’s objective is to open the international road that links Aleppo and Hama, in line with the Sochi agreement of 2018, and to secure Western Aleppo against “terror”, the same source added.
Al Watan cited an anonymous source as saying that the regime’s army has deployed new equipment, including advanced missiles that have not been used in Aleppo before, to the city’s Western fronts and the province’s southern villages. This is an indication that a possible military operation might start at any moment.