Residents of Syria's besieged Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp carry food parcels, February 1, 2014 (photo credit: UNRWA/AFP)
98 Palestinian refugees have been subjected to extra-judicial executions since the outburst of Syria’s warfare until July 5, 2020, a London-based human rights monitor has warned.
According to AGPS data, the list includes 17 members of the Palestine Liberation Army who were killed just one month after they were kidnapped in mid-2012 on their way back home to AlNeirab Camp in Aleppo from a military site in Mesyaf.
Daraa Camp topped the list with 25 casualties, followed by Yarmouk Camp, with 19 victims and Aleppo with 18 victims.
Nine Palestinians were, meanwhile, cold-bloodedly executed in AlTadhamun neighborhood in Rif Dimashq, five in AlHusainiya Camp, two in AlSayeda Zeinab Camp, one refugee in AlAyedeen Camp in Hama, and another in Khan Eshieh Camp.
AGPS has documented the death of 4,022 Palestinian refugees in Syria, including 484 women and girls, since 2011 as a result of war-related incidents.
Scores of Palestinian refugees have also been left wounded, including dozens who have undergone limb amputation or eye loss.
Over 1,770 Palestinians have, meanwhile, been enduring mysterious fates in Syrian dungeons.