Palestinian Consulate In Rome Releases Names Of Ship Wreck Survivors

13 Mar
11:22 AM

The Palestinian Embassy in Italy published, on Thursday evening, an official report containing the names of Palestinians who survived the wreck of a ship, carrying refugees from Syria and Lebanon, who fled the war and tried to enter Italy without documents, the Mild News Agency said.The Embassy said it held extensive talks with the Immigration Department and the General Prosecutor’s Office, and managed to obtain a list of 50 names of survivors. Families of two deceased persons managed to identify them.

The capsized ship left Libyan shores carrying 200-250 persons, including around fifty from Palestinian refugee camps in Syria and Lebanon; 43 men, one woman, and six children.

Palestinian Ambassador in Italy Mai al-Kaila said two of the dead migrants have been identified as Mahmoud Hmeid, 23, and Ahmad Khaled Hasan, 17, from Ein al-Hilweh refugee camp in Lebanon; and were buried in Cecily.

She stated three survivors, identified as Kamal Dababra, Dia’ Mahmoud, and Ahmad Duwwa, were initially sent to Milan, and were later moved to eastern European countries after receiving some financial aid from the Palestinian Embassy.

It is worth mentioning that the Italian Coastguard managed to rescue 127 persons, and located the bodies of 10 persons out of 40 who drowned after the ship capsized. 50-60 persons onboard are Arabs from Sudan, Palestine, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt, Rami Abdo, head of the Euro Mediterranean Center for Human Rights has reported.

Abdo added there has not been report that some of the Palestinians onboard the capsized ship are from Gaza, and that the Palestinians onboard the ship are from Ein al-Hilweh and Saida (Sidon). The ship left Libyan shores on March 3, and capsized on March 4.

The confirmed Palestinian survivors are 50; 43 men, one woman, and six children, the Milad News Agency has reported; it also said the list was translated into Arabic after being released by the Italian Authorities.

(DOB: Date of Birth Month/Day/Year)

1. Ayman Ibrahim Khader; 01/23/1992.
2. Issam Qaddoura; 08/14/1987.
3. Mahmoud Dahabra; 01/01/1996.
4. Adham Dababra; 12/14/1992.
5. Rami Mohammad; 01/01/1990.
6. Ahmad Duwwa; 01/01/1983.
7. Ali Mohsin; 01/07/1982.
8. Mohammad Khadrawi; 01/07/1982.
9. Mohammad Khadrawi; 01/01/1987.
10. Hasan Suleiman; 08/11/1963.
11. Khaled Shwahin; 03/28/1988.
12. Adib Shawahin; 03/01/1987.
13. Ghazi Sukkari; 02/10/1985.
14. Fuad Mousa; 01/01/1994.
15. Nour Lahbari; 05/07/1991.
16. Abdul-Karim Khalil Hussein; 01/01/1980.
17. Dia Mohammad; 01/01/1990/
18. Khaled Mohammad; 01/01/1996.
19. Hasan Mohammad Yousef; 01/01/1987.
20. Naim Ramaydi; 01/01/1991.
21. Mohammad Hussein; 12/01/1991.
22. Mustafa al-Babour; 12/22/1993.
23. Fares Jalbout; 07/17/1988.
24. Majid Hisham Hamdan; 09/16/1989.
25. Bilal Sha’ban; 06/24/1988.
26. Yousef Hasan; 05/03/1985.
27. Khaled Abdul-Rahim ‘Oleyyan; 01/01/1970.
28. Hasan Saqer; 01/01/1970.
29. Ahmad Mohammad Mohsin, 12/28/1994.
30. Mohammad Ibrahim Khader; 01/02/1988.
31. Noureddin Yousef Azmi; 01/01/1980.
32. Mohammad Abdul-Hadi; 07/01/1979.
33. Khaled ‘Areeshy; 05/05/1978.
34. Ayham Sa’dy; 08/08/1996.
35. Ahmad Mohammad al-Khdeiry; 03/16/1986.
36. Husam Hajj Hasan; 01/01/1991.
37. ‘Oadi ‘Ali; 01/01/1991.
38. Qusai ‘Alali; 01/01/1992.
39. Mohammad ‘Atiyya; 01/01/1989.
40. Ahmad Sharaf; 11/03/1988.
41. Nader Ghazi Khdeir; 02/04/1980.
42. Wafa’ Mohammad Khdeir; 04/07/1984.
43. Razan Khdeir; 04/20/2002.
44. Rajab Khdeir; 07/03/2000.
45. Moharram Khdeir; 07/03/1978.
46. Fadi ‘Ezzat; 08/30/1974.
47. Luay ‘Ezzat; 08/04/2005.
48. Mira ‘Ezzat; 01/01/2010.
49. Ziad Kayed; 05/01/1979.
50. Yazan ‘Ezzat; 01/30/2003.

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