Lebanon’s Daily Star has been reporting about this Yarmouk camp’s situation but it’s always sort of brief (and hard to piece together the flow of events). This Associated Press’s piece is bit more cohesive (*though that doesn’t mean it being accurate).
He dismissed the idea that Assad’s regime has been a leader in the Palestinian struggle, pointing out that Syria’s border with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights has been largely quiet since 1974.
In fact, he said he hoped a regime change would help the Palestinians achieve their ultimate goal: the return to their ancestral villages in what is now Israel.
“We have to work together with the free people to liberate Syria, then we’ll go to the Golan and liberate Palestine,” he said. “We’ll work hand in hand.”