London 14 July 2017
The Action Group for Palestinians of Syria (AGPS), in partnership with the Palestinian Return Centre (PRC), issued the English version of the second semi-annual field report on the situation of the Palestinians from Syria for the period between July 2016 until the end of December.
The report examines the situation of the Palestinians of Syria for the period from July 2016 to the end of December 2016. It sheds light on the exacerbated situation endured by the Palestinians of Syria as a result of the raging warfare and the tragic fallouts inflicted on the Palestinian refugee community, including the mass waves of enforced deportation, dislodgement, the tough blockade, and carnages.
The report provides thorough data on the daily onslaughts, death toll, number of detainees, and missing refugees in war-torn Syria. It also underscores the crises endured by the Palestinian community in refugee camps across the embattled Syrian territories.
The report further cites cases of success stories achieved by Palestinians from Syria nationwide and overseas. At the same time, the study provides a detailed account of the violations perpetrated against the Palestinians from Syria on the asylum-seeking road and in such new destinations as Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Turkey, and Europe.
The newly-released report documented the death of 138 Palestinians from Syria during the second half of 2016 due to war-related incidents.
The 68-page report is based on data compiled by a team of field reporters, on-the-spot observers, journalists, and researchers.
Five such reports were issued by AGPS to document the situation of the Palestinians of Syria during the first and second halves of 2014, 2015, and 2016. Hundreds of daily reports and statistics-based studies have been released by AGPS to spotlight the latest developments regarding the situation of the Palestinian refugees.
AGPS is a London-based human rights watchdog that monitors the situation of Palestinian refugees in war-torn Syria. In seeking to fulfill this goal, AGPS team does its best to uphold the finest standards of historiographic ethics and maintain honesty in sourcing. To that very end, live snapshots, footages, and sworn affidavits are taken directly from the scene across a myriad of flashpoints so as to authenticate AGPS role as a human rights overseer and boost the group’s status as one of the world’s most consulted human rights observatories.
AGPS next annual report is to be issued by the end of 2017 to cover the situation of the Palestinians of Syria from January to December.
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