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UNRWA began its work in May 1950 and Palestinian refugees have been designated and treated quite differently from − and much worse than − all other refugees the world over, ever since.
The European governments pledged to allow 50,000 refugees in by the end of October 2019, a promise that they will not be able to keep at this point.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
It’s difficult not to feel sympathy with the stated Palestinian position of wanting to “return home.”
By ALEX BENJAMIN
Dr. Essam Daod, an Israeli Arab doctor, is one who in his actions best represents true Jewish values.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
The question remains: if the UNHCR deal moves ahead, how should Israel deal with those asylum seekers remaining in Israel?
By IAN JAFFE
One of the recommendations of the Harrison Report to which Truman firmly clung was that for Jewish DPs “there was no liberation without emigration.”
By FRANCOISE S.OUZAN
If one man can change the world, that can be said of Prodromos Christou Papavassiliou, a Greek Cypriot.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
It is past time for two things to happen: the disbanding of UNRWA and its mandate, and the assumption of its duties by the UNHCR.
By MORTON A. KLEIN,DANIEL MANDEL
Footage on state TV showed tanks rolling across an open area of fields to the edge of the enclave, which includes parts of al-Qadam district and the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp.
ID: Today, at age 60, Julie is coordinator of Hadassah Hospital’s Trauma Unit and the founder, with Hadassah nurse Na‘ila Hayek, of the outreach organization Nurses in the Middle East.
By BARBARA SOFER
Representatives dodge questions as to whether there’s an agreement, admit 1,749 expelled there since 2015.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
"We will not relinquish our land and our home and the soil we grew up on. We will stay here until we return."
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