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Seven Pal refugees killed in Syria

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Days of Palestine, London –Seven Palestinian refugees have been killed in Syria, including three sisters were tortured to death, a statement said on Monday.

The Task Group for the Palestinians in Syria, based in London, said that the three sisters are Hiyam Sa’diddin, 19, Ahlam Sa’diddin, 21, and Amal Sa’diddin, 24. All of them were tortured to death.

According to the statement, the three sisters were arrested by the Syrian regime forces, which stormed their house in Al-Raml Refugee Camp in Latakia in the beginning of 2013.

In addition, the statement said, Dima Mujahid, an 18-year-old female refugee from Homs, was also tortured to death after three years since she was arrested.
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The female refugee Walaa Khalil, 25, from Al-Yarmouk Refugee Camp also was tortured to death inside the jails of the Syrian regime after two since she was arrested.

Members of Fatah and Popular Front (General Command) handed Khalil over to the Syrian regime forces after she was captured smuggling food to the refugees in the camp.

The refugee Ismail Sha’ban, 42, was tortured to death by the Syrian regime forces. Sha’ban was arrested on May 20, 2014 during food distribution in Al-Yarmouk Refugee Camp.

Sha’ban is a father of three children.

According to the Task Group, the total number of the Palestinian refugees killed in the Syrian regime prisons since the beginning of the revolution, which turned to a civil war, is 370.

Meanwhile, the Palestinian refugee Mohamed Ali passed away as a result of the severe shortage of food supplies in Al-Yarmouk Refugee Camp.

Ali’s death brings the number of the Palestinian refugees starved to death in Al-Yarmouk Refugee Camp to 173.

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