DAMASCUS, (PIC)– The Working Group for the Palestinians in Syria said that five Palestinian refugees were killed on Wednesday due to the continued shelling and attacks on Palestinian refugee camps in Syria.
The group said in a statement on Thursday that Sami Abdul Aziz was Killed during clashes in the Yarmouk refugee camp, while Wissam Said from the camp was killed from torture in the prisons of the Syrian regime.
Another Palestinian youth Shehadeh Shahabi, from the Yarmouk refugee camp, died of wounds sustained a month ago following the shelling of the camp. The activist Khalid Bakraway from the camp also died under torture in the prisons of the Syrian regime.
The group added that another refugee Awas Hadros was killed during the clashes in the Yarmouk camp between groups of the Free Army and the Regular Army.
Several shells fell on the Yarmouk camp on Wednesday, leading to a fire in a building on the main street of the camp which inhabitants are still suffering from the siege imposed on them by the regular army for the 58th day.
The Working Group for the Palestinians in Syria reported that Husseiniyeh camp was also bombed which resulted in material damage.
It added that Khan Eshieh refugee camp, which population suffers from different crises, was subjected to shellings that caused no injuries.
SPECIAL TOPIC – PALESTINIAN REFUGEES