DAMASCUS, (PIC)– The Action Group for Palestinians is Syria said Palestinian citizen Mahmoud Muhammad al-Laham, an al-Raml refugee camp resident, died on Monday under torture in Syrian prisons.
Six Palestinian refugees were killed last week, the Group documented in a report on Tuesday.
According to the report, Palestinian refugee camps in Syria have been targeted with ceaseless shelling. The Deraa refugee camp has been subject to artillery shelling while Hindrat camp has been attacked with explosive barrels.
Several mortars rocked the Yarmouk refugee camp, leading to the suspension of aid-distribution. Clashes between the Syrian regime forces, Popular Front – general command groups, and the Free Army broke out throughout.
Limited distributions of food-aid items resumed on Monday in the Yarmouk refugee camp, blockaded for more than 11 months in a row.
Blast-sounds were detected around the Khan Sheeh refugee camp in Damascene suburbs while warplanes kept hovering around the area, triggering a state of panic among the refugees.
Roads between the camp and the city center were blocked due to the continuous shelling and attacks, resulting in remarkable running-outs in food and medical supplies.