Thousands of Palestinian refugees who have been stranded in Greece continue to sound distress signals over their squalid humanitarian condition. Photo via: AGPS
Activists have called on the international humanitarian and human rights organizations, most notably the Red Cross and Red Crescent organizations, to secure urgent medical treatment to Palestinian refugee Mohamed Abdullah.
Mohamed, 24, sustained instep fractures after he was hit by a motorcycle. He needs an urgent surgery to repair his foot joint worth 1,362 Euros. The refugee secured a sum of 360 Euros so far.
Thousands of Palestinian refugees have sought shelter in Greece, where they live in filthy and overcrowded temporary camps, some for months or years.
Palestinian refugees continue to risk their lives onboard the “death boats” to Europe, rummaging around for a momentary respite from the daily scenes of bloodshed, destruction, displacement, and economic hardship.