Al-Rukban camp | Two families flee dire living conditions for regime-held areas
SOHR activists reported that two new families have fled dire living conditions in Al-Rukban camp, which is besieged by regime forces and Iranian-backed militias in the 55-kilometre zone at Syria-Iraq-Jordan border triangle, heading to regime-controlled areas in Deir Ezzor without any security guarantees.
Accordingly, the number of families which have left Al-Rukban camp since early August has reached 48; they left in 16 batches as follows:
• August 1: Three families: two of Al-Fawa’erah tribe and one from Deir Ezzor, left for Homs city.
• August 3: Four families of Bani Khalid tribe left for Homs city.
• August 10: Two families from Palmyra city left for Homs city.
• August 13: Two families of Al-Ammour left for Homs city.
• August 13: Three families: a family from Mahin city, a family from Al-Qaryatayn and a family of Bani Khalid tribe, left for Homs city.
• August 17: Three families of Al-Na’eem tribe left for Homs city.
• August 21: A family left for Palmyra city.
• August 30: Two families left for Mahin city and Aleppo countryside.
• September 2: Two families, several young men and three women left for Homs city.
• September 4: Four families left for Homs city and its countryside.
• September 9: Six families left for Homs city.
• September 11: Four families and three young men left for Homs city.
• September 18: Two families left for Homs city.
• September 21: Four families left for Homs city.
• September 25: Four families left for regime-held Homs city.
• October 2: Two families headed to Deir Ezzor.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) stresses the right of Syrian civilians in Al-Rukban camp to obtain food, drinking water and health and medical care, and calls for intensifying efforts to put an end to the sufferings of the camp’s inhabitants.
SOHR also calls upon all relevant organisations to allow sick people and emergency cases in the camp inhabitant to receive treatment in Jordanian hospitals and/or to open a hospital with specialised doctors inside the camp.