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Refugees Department in Hamas: UNRWA’s trips are “suspicious”

[ PIC 21/03/2013 – 08:19 PM ] GAZA, (PIC)– Department of Refugee Affairs in Hamas movement issued on Thursday a press release in which it says that the trips organized by UNRWA for the children of Palestinian refugees are “suspicious”. The department points to a previous trip organized by the UNRWA for the refugee children […]

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Three More Palestinian refugees killed in Syria – Raising death toll to 1043

Overview | The Genocide on Palestinian Refugees in Syria DRAH | March 5, 2013 Gaza,(DRAH.ps)– – Three Palestinian refugees were killed in Syria on Monday in the ongoing armed conflict in that Arab country, a local newspaper reported on Tuesday. Al-Quds daily said that Munir Al-Khatib was killed when multiple gunshots hit him during clashes […]

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Weekly report on the situation of the Palestinian camps in Syria

Overview | The Genocide on Palestinian Refugees in Syria Gaza, (DRAH. ps) — Eighteen Palestinian casualties in Syria, a European parliamentary delegation visits displaced Palestinian Syrians in Lebanon in the period 01/02/13 – 08/02/13 Main events this week – On 2 February residents of Al-Sbeina camp issued an urgent appeal, through the Action Group for […]

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DRAH: Elections must include all Palestinians Everywhere

DRAH | Febr 13, 2013 Gaza, (DRAH. ps) — Doctor Esam Adwan, the chairman of Division of Refugee Affairs in Hamas movement DRAH stated wdenday morning that the Palestinian intended elections should include all Palestinians everywhere. Adwan stressed that Palestinian factions have a national duty that requires holding elections in all places the Palestinians exist, […]

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Weekly Report Jan 26 – Feb 1, 2013 | Seventeen Palestinians killed in Syria

Gaza | DRAH.ps | Feb 6, 2013 The following is the weekly report on the situation of the Palestinian camps in Syria Saturday 26/1/13 – The ‘popular committees’ hijacked a bus in al-Sumuriyya garage and kidnapped its 14 passengers, inhabitants of Khan Al-Sheeh camp. The attack was aimed at pressuring the Free Syrian Army after […]

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