The groups say that around 120,000 people were displaced by the offensive of the Russian-backed Syrian regime to capture the province of Daraa. Syria succumbs to the control of the Turkish Government-backed Free Syrian Army and ISIS and Jabhat Fateh al-Sham terrorist groups.
Jordan and Israel help the displaced, but refuse to allow Syrian refugees in their countries. Jordan is already home to 1.3 million Syrian refugees, but closed its borders in 2016 after an ISIS suicide attack killed six of its border guards. The attack took place in a refugee camp in a demilitarized zone between Syria and Jordan. Israel usually does not receive Syrian refugees except to treat them medically.
Airstrikes continued on Friday, one day after 55 civilians and 1
The White Helmet Volunteer Rescue Team said Thursday was the deadliest day since the operation began on June 19. The Daraa Martyrs Documentation Bureau has recorded 198 deaths. 19659005] The UN recently said that in the first four months of 2018, more than 920,000 people were displaced within Syria, the highest figure in the country's seven-year war.
Israel and Jordan keep borders closed
Israel has sent four humanitarian aid deliveries to displaced people living in tent camps in four locations near the Golan Heights border, a statement said the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
It was said that it had delivered 300 tents, 13 tons of food, 15 tons of baby food, three pallets of medical equipment and medicine and 30 tons of clothing and shoes.
The army said that thousands of Syrians in these camps lived in poor conditions and often had no access to water, electricity, food sources or other basic needs. The number of Syrians living in the camps has increased in recent days, the army reported.