IHH delivers aid to Lebanon refugees
The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation distributed aid packages containing basic necessities to 5,200 Palestinian refugee families at Lebanon's Nahr al-Bared camp. With the latest round of aid deliver
Palestine, Lubnan, MiddleEast 09.04.2009
In 2007, the Lebanese troops raided the camp, where 35,000 refugees are staying, and devastated the camp. The camp houses were razed and burned. Returning refugees saw their homes leveled to the ground.
The 35,000 Palestinian refugees in Nahr al-Bared camp are living under difficult conditions.
The IHH extended a hand and gave 5,200 refugee families at the camp aid packages containing basic necessity supplies.
The IHH has been supporting the Palestinian refugees at the camp for years. Camp residents have so far been delivered aid worth of $1 million.
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