The humanitarian crisis in the Palestinian refugee camps has been the most significant result of the ongoing Syrian crisis during the past four years. It seems that the regional equations in West Asia region and the exploitation of Palestinian groups by the region's conservative stream for its own goals have dragged the war inside the Palestinian camps. In fact, the regional conservative spectrum sees the Resistance movement as being a threating factor to it, so it resorted to holding back the threat. The spectrum seeks re-routing the foreign policy of Syria as one of the pillars of the Axis of Resistance. To this end, it has utilized all the ways available including the potentials of the Palestinian groups residing in Syria. In such a condition, the Palestinian groups' stances on the one hand and the Palestinian Salafi groups' activism against the Syrian government on the other hand have pushed the crisis into the Palestinian refugee camps. Although some Palestinian groups have announced neutrality in Syria's conflict, they once in a while take stances against the Damascus' government. But the major problem is the Palestinian groups who hold complicated ties with such countries as Saudi Arabia and Qatar. Concerning the Salafism' influence of the Palestinian refugees, the cultural and economic poverty have prepared a good ground for the Salafi thoughts to grow. Due to being backed by powerful funders, the Salafis in addition to providing financial supports to the refugees, they promote their beliefs among them. The influenced Palestinian groups along with other Salafi groups play the major role in fighting against the Syrian government. The refugee hosting governments usually refrain from entering in the refugee camps' affairs or intervening militarily into them because of the high costs that the consequences could bring about. Thereby, the extremist militants have positioned one of their centers of activity against the Syrian government at the Palestinian refugee camps. For example, Yarmouk refugee camp, located about six kilometers away from the Syrian capital Damascus and accomodates about 200,000 Palestinian inhabitants, is considered as the militants' major command headquarter. Due to the mentioned cases, the Syrian conflict has been gradually driven into the Palestinian refugee camps in the country, creating problems for about half a million Palestinian refugees living in 13 camps in Syria, leaving them re-displaced. It is impossible for the Palestinian refugees to return to the Palestine's West Bank because of the Israeli regime's prevention of their entry. The Jordan's government, for having fears about rising number of Palestinian refugees, has tightened controls and established refugee camps in the border areas, preventing as many as possible Syrian and Palestinian refugees from crossing the borders into the country. A large number of Jordan's citizens are originally Palestinian. Lebanon, however, because of inappropriate planning, the specific political conditions and familial bonds between the lebanese and the Palestinians, has turned as the main destination of the Palestine's displaced people. Compared to those in other Arab countrues, the Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are living in a worst working and housing conditions because of the employment limitations. Shortage of Infrastructure, public services and power could also be added to already worst Palestinians' conditions in the neighbouring country. Before the eruption of the Syrian crisis, the Arab and Muslim countries, and the charity organizations as well, were sending aids to the Palestinian camps. But, the helps have remarkably decreased as they are now have to be distributed between the Syrian and Palestinian displaced people, and be spent on weapons and ammunition, as well as on the militants' living. Accordingly, the Palestinian refugees' conditions in Jordan and Lebanon have upgraded into a humanitarian crisis as a result of growing poverty, spread of diseases, security issues and high rates of suicides. To curb the deepening refugee crisis, a couple of works need to be done which include attempts made by internal and international relevant sides to settle the Syrian crisis, a serious decision made for the future of the Palestinian refugees by the Arab and Muslim countries, serious actions taken by the international organizations and the human rights institutions to press the Israeli regime to allow the displaced Palestinians in their ancestral land. Additionally, there are a couple of moves which need to be taken into account: 1. Announcement of neutrality of the Palestinians and adhering to it in practice, rejecting any cooperation with the militants and helping moving them out of the Palestinian refugee camps. 2. Helping removing the Palestinian refugees and temporarily settling them in other Arab countries to distribute and reduce the intakes of the neighboring countries. 3. Speeding up the international organizations' aid missions for faster supply of food, health and public services to the refugees. 4. Helping the hosting countries for better dealing with the Palestinian refugees' affairs. Generally, it can be said that after six decades since the start of the Palestinian cause, not only the refugees' issue was not settled but also due to the new regional developments, their plights have been added to. The case demands serious action taken by region and world countries, because the Palestinian refugees more need a permanent solution than temporary settlement or sectional fundings. This article originally appeared onAlwaght. com