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Hamas calls on URNWA to teach pupils displaced from Syria

Written by admin  •  Saturday, 06.10.2012, 13:00

BEIRUT, (PIC)– Hamas expressed concern about the situation of Palestinian refugees displaced from Syria to Lebanon, noting that UNRWA did not start yet to implement the resolution on displaced pupils’ education.

Hamas’s refugees affairs bureau on Friday said in a statement that a number of families reported that their children went to UNRWA’s schools, and joined the classrooms, but were not offered lessons or educational programs like the other pupils.

The bureau urged the Agency’s administration to activate and accelerate the implementation of the decision which had been issued on this issue.

The statement also called for making use of the presence of teachers affiliated with UNRWA, and displaced from Syria to Lebanon, and to teach the curriculums endorsed by UNRWA in Syria.

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