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Palestinian Refugees

Elia Zureik

Palestinian Refugees

A Negotiations Primer (Final Status Issues Paper)

by Elia Zureik

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Published by Institute for Palestine Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • 1993-,
  • Arab-Israeli conflict,
  • Peace,
  • Refugees, Palestinian Arab,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages152
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11262724M
    ISBN 100887282660
    ISBN 109780887282669
    OCLC/WorldCa36209868

      Were to 4 million Palestinian refugees - the number listed in UN rolls - empowered to return immediately to Israeli territory, the upshot would be widespread anarchy and violence. Even if the return were spread over a number of years or even decades, the ultimate result, given the Arabs' far higher birth rates. Therefore, the Palestinian refugee population has grown enormously, now numbering some million people in the regions adjoining Israel. More than ,, or about 35 percent of the Palestinians registered as refugees with UNRWA, live in sixty-one camps in Jordan, Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, and the Israeli-occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.

    Book outline The Palestinian refugee question, resulting from the events surrounding the creation of the state of Israel over seventy years ago, remains one of the largest, most protracted, and most politically fraught refugee questions of the post-WWII era. Numbering over seven million in the Middle East alone, Palestinian refugees’ status. Approximately , Palestinians were displaced and became refugees as a result of the war. Today there are more than 7 million Palestinian refugees scattered around the world. This paper provides background information on the history of the Palestinian refugee issue and the politics of the right of return.

      Viet Thanh Nguyen, The Refugees. Viet Thanh Nguyen was born in Vietnam and came to America as a refugee in , landing first in a refugee camp in Fort Indiantown Gap, Pennsylvania and eventually moving to San Jose. His novel The Sympathizer won a slew of awards, including the Pulitzer—maybe you’ve heard of it. His new book is a sharp. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) is an UN agency created in December to support the relief and human development of Palestinian refugees. The UNRWA definition of “refugee” covers Palestinian who fled or were expelled from their homes during the Palestine status: Non-profit.


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This book is the first full-length study of the birth of the Palestinian refugee problem. Based on recently declassified Israeli, British and American state and party political papers and on hitherto untapped private papers, it traces the stages of the exodus against the backdrop of the first Arab-Israeli war and analyses the varied causes of the by: The main purpose of this book, though, is to provide a clear argument for the sake of evaluating the possibility of the refugees returning to their lands in Israel.

It discusses very eloquently through several articles how such a return would actually work to the advantage of both the Israeli and Palestinian peoples.3/5(6). Overview More than four million Palestinian refugees live in protracted exile across the Middle East.

Taking a regional approach to Palestinian refugee exile and alienation across the Levant, this book proposes a new understanding of the spatial and political dimensions of refugee camps across the Middle : Are Knudsen.

Palestinian Refugees: Selected full-text books and articles. Splintered Loyalties, Shattered Lives: Bombings and Shoot-Outs in Ain Il-Hilweh, Lebanon's Largest Palestinian Refugee Camp, Are a Portent of a Growing Power Struggle between Arafat's Mainstream Fatah and a New Breed of Islamic Fundamentalism.

Palestinian Refugees book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. With renewed conflict in the Middle East, the prospect of a pea /5. Palestinian Refugees: The Right of Return. With renewed conflict in the Middle East, the prospect of a peaceful resolution looks more unlikely than ever.

The Palestinian right of return to their homes has been upheld in international law and through United Nations' resolutions for fifty years. "Allan's book is the key for anyone who wants to understand one of the most dramatic strands of sixty-plus years of Palestinian dispossession." —Victoria Brittain, The Political Quarterly "Diana Allan has finally produced the book on Palestinian refugees in Lebanon that should have been written twenty-plus years ago.

The Acting Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), Christian Saunders, today called for a minimum of US$ billion to fund the Agency’s essential services and assistance, including life-saving humanitarian aid and priority projects, for million registered Palestine refugees across the Middle East.

Palestinian Refugees book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The main goal of this book is to record as much of the Palestinian re 5/5. In contrast to figures on UNRWA’s official site, which citeregistered refugees in Lebanon, newly published figures based on a Lebanese census conducted in cooperation with the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics estimate their number at ,Author: Israela Oron.

This book is the first comprehensive study of the international community's earliest efforts to solve the Palestinian refugee problem. Based on a wide range of international primary sources from Israeli, US, UK and UN archives, the book investigates the major proposals between and and explains why these failed.

Yet rather than help resolve the Palestinian refugee problem, this unparalleled indulgence has only served to confirm its permanency. And no factor has contributed more to this perpetuation than UNRWA, which, instead of ending direct relief and transferring responsibility for the refugees to the host Arab states within months, as stipulated by its mandate, has kept them on the Author: Efraim Karsh.

This book ponders the status of Palestinian refugees in international law by focusing on the position of Palestinians in both the Arab world and the Western countries. Non-ID Palestinians. This designation describes a special category of the Palestinian refugees.

The latter are registered with the DPAR at the Ministry of Interior and Municipalities, and their majority is also registered with UNRWA offices in other Arab countries, as refugees in these countries, and not as Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.

Exploring the evolution of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA), this book fills a lacuna in literature on the agency.

UNRWA and Palestinian Refugees employs recent fieldwork in order to analyse challenges in programmes and service delivery, protection, camp governance, community.

More than four million Palestinian refugees live in protracted exile across the Middle East. Taking a regional approach to Palestinian refugee exile and alienation across the Levant, this book proposes a new understanding of the spatial and political dimensions of refugee camps across the Middle by: Benny Morris' The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem was published in Its startling revelations about how and whyPalestinians left their homes and became refugees during the /5(2).

The forgotten Palestinian refugees The book captures the full horror of suffering Jewish children whose homes were under attack. By DAVID SHAYNE. SEPTEM War of Independence. The Palestinian refugee issue originated in the Arab-Israeli war, when five Arab armies invaded the State of Israel just hours after it was the ensuing war, as many asPalestinian Arabs fled their homes in the newly created state as a result of many factors.

Book Description. More than four million Palestinian refugees live in protracted exile across the Middle East. Taking a regional approach to Palestinian refugee exile and alienation across the Levant, this book proposes a new understanding of the spatial and political dimensions of refugee camps across the Middle East.

Another nonfiction book that relies on firsthand experience of the occupation is the picture book Outside the Ark: An Artist’s Journey in Occupied Palestine, by Ellen O’Grady, an artist-activist who worked for six years in the occupied West Bank and Gaza. O’Grady tells the stories of Palestinians she knew, including 8-year-old Mahmoud.

Palestinian Refugees And The 'Right To Return' The Trump administration recently announced it was no longer giving money to a program for Palestinian refugees. In cutting the funding, the U.S.The Sabra and Shatila massacre (also known as the Sabra and Chatila massacre) was the killing of between and 3, civilians, mostly Palestinians and Lebanese Shiites, by a militia close to the Kataeb Party (also called Phalange), a predominantly Christian Lebanese right-wing party, in the Sabra neighborhood and the adjacent Shatila refugee camp in Beirut, Lebanon.