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How do displaced people live in al-Tabqa?


ALTABQA – Hundreds of thousands of displaced people in al-Tabqa and rural areas continue to live in tragic conditions after fleeing the war to come across a package of unrealistic UN and international promises to help them, forcing them to live amid the rubble of war and places where a humanitarian disaster could cause hundreds of displaced people.EDLA ELI

There are about 375,000 displaced people in the city of al-Tabqa and its countryside, according to the Bureau of Organization Affairs in al-Tabqa Civil Council.
These displaced people live in miserable conditions, from loss of shelter, health care and lack of food and medical assistance.
Most of the displaced are forced to live in public facilities such as schools, kindergartens and destroyed buildings that are liable to collapse over the heads of their inhabitants at any moment.

Most of those displaced came from the areas of Jarablus and Azaz under the Turkish occupation or from the city of al- Raqqa, parts of which are subject to the occupation of ISIS, in addition to displaced persons who came from areas controlled by the Syrian regime in the countryside of eastern Aleppo and specifically the area of Maskana.
Adla situation is only an episode of the suffering series  of the displaced. Adla Muhammed al-Ali, a displaced woman from al-Raqqa from the Dir’iya neighborhood, fled from al-Raqqa because of the war there. She escaped with her nine-member family from the hell of war and ended up in al-Tabqa to live in a temporary home of a generous citizen. For the remains of rooms under the rubble near the pool dirty, it only smells nasty odors, not to mention the harmful negative health and what may be caused by epidemics.

” Amid these circumstances, we have been forced to sell iron and we are extracting iron rods from the collapsed hills of rubble around the house we are currently staying in, and that is to gather iron rods of course after the owner of this house suggested to do so”. says her son,Tammam al-Hassan al-Ahmed.