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Aid delivered to 400 Syrians taking refuge in mosques in Hacıpaşa
IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation has delivered food and blankets to the Syrians who fled from the violence in their country and have taken refuge in mosques in Turkey.
MiddleEast, Syria, Turkey 11.04.2013

IHH teams found out that 400 Syrians have taken refuge in the mosques in Hacıpaşa town in Hatay’sAltınözü district and took relief to them.

These Syrians came to Turkey due to heavy bombardment in Derkush and Azmarin towns in Syria’s Idlib province. IHH distributed 400 blankets, 170 packages of food and 600 loaves of bread to these people.


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