ISIS Beheading Palestinian in Camp Yarmouk + Video & Pics


Among
the Palestinian Arab fighters beheaded by the ISIS terrorist group in Damascus's
Yarmouk camp reportedly is a senior Hamas related figure in Syria, according to
emerging reports.

ISIS militants besieging a Palestinian refugee camp in Syria's
capital have savagely beheaded the leaders of a Hamas-linked group opposed to
President Bashar Assad, it has been claimed one of them is Sheikh Abu Salah Taha
which reportedly beheaded by ISIS, mail online reports.
ISIS' decision to publicly execute the men - as well as reports of
the deaths of dozens more Palestinians during clashes inside Yarmouk - has
prompted outrage in Gaza, where hundreds of furious Hamas supporters swore
bloody revenge on the terror group during a march yesterday.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the refugees
who have fled the camp have reached the southern Damascus suburbs of Yalda,
Babila and Beit Sahem, which are under the control of anti-government
rebels.
Chris Gunness, a spokesman for the U.N. agency that supports
Palestinian refugees known as UNRWA, last night said that the agency has not
been able to send any food nor any convoys into the camp since the current round
of fighting started.

On the other hand, an official in the support
network for the Palestinian refugee camps in Syria said Sunday that a Hamas-on
affiliated group is fighting the ISIS in Damascus' Yarmouk refugee camp, MAAN
News Agency reports.
Ayman Abu Hashem told Ma'an that the Aknaf Bayt al-Maqdes group was
fighting ISIS despite a decision by PLO factions to remain neutral in the Syrian
civil war.
Earlier Sunday, a Palestinian official said that around 2,000
people had been evacuated from Yarmouk after IS seized large parts of it.
The group said at least 26 people, including civilians as well as
fighters from ISIS and Palestinian factions, had been killed in the camp since
Wednesday.
Activists say sporadic clashes are striking a Palestinian refugee
camp in the Syrian capital, a situation a U.N. official describes as "beyond
inhumane."
Hatem al-Dimashqi, an activist based in an area just south of
Damascus, said the Yarmouk camp witnessed sporadic clashes and shelling
Monday.
The inhabitants of the refugee camp on the outskirts of Syria say
they are not sure which is worse, the arrival of ISIS, or the starvation and war
that preceded it.
Chris Gunness, a spokesman for the UN agency that supports
Palestinian refugees known as UNRWA, said it has not been able to send food or
convoys into the camp since the current round of fighting started.

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