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The Suffering of the Palestinian Refugee

2010
by Itani , Mariam A. | Manna‘, Mo‘in
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The issue of the Palestinian refugees is the oldest and the biggest of its kind contemporary history, where they are estimated to be 7.5 million refugees, at the beginning of 2010. No talk about the Palestinian suffering is complete without the talk about the Palestinian refugee suffering; this is the hardship that lived daily by the millions. For more than sixty years and despite their continuous suffering, the occupation denies the Palestinians their right of return, while the world tries to avoid taking responsibility and admitting its historic crime. This book, the sixth of Am I Not a Human? series, is consecrated to shedding light on the different aspects of the Palestinian refugees suffering. Thus, it sheds light on the suffering that started with The Nakbah in 1948 and then on the Palestinian right to his own land. It talks about the suffering of the refugees in the Diaspora and inside historical Palestine, as well as about their distribution. Next it discusses the legal aspects of the issue and ends with the naturalization attempts and the precedence of the right of return; for the refugees have proved, throughout the years, and despite the harsh circumstances, their permanent grasp of this right and insistence on it.

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The issue of the Palestinian refugees is the oldest and the biggest of its kind contemporary history, where they are estimated to be 7.5 million refugees, at the beginning of 2010. No talk about the Palestinian suffering is complete without the talk about the Palestinian refugee suffering; this is the hardship that lived daily by the millions. For more than sixty years and despite their continuous suffering, the occupation denies the Palestinians their right of return, while the world tries to avoid taking responsibility and admitting its historic crime. This book, the sixth of Am I Not a Human? series, is consecrated to shedding light on the different aspects of the Palestinian refugees suffering. Thus, it sheds light on the suffering that started with The Nakbah in 1948 and then on the Palestinian right to his own land. It talks about the suffering of the refugees in the Diaspora and inside historical Palestine, as well as about their distribution. Next it discusses the legal aspects of the issue and ends with the naturalization attempts and the precedence of the right of return; for the refugees have proved, throughout the years, and despite the harsh circumstances, their permanent grasp of this right and insistence on it.

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Authors Itani , Mariam A. | Manna‘, Mo‘in
Language English
Year Published 2010
Publisher Al-Zaytouna Centre for Studies & Consultations
Number of Pages 128
ISBN 9953500541 , 9789953500546
ALM eISBN 9796500126333
ALM pISBN 6500126432 , 9786500126433
Main Topic POLITICAL SCIENCE
Descriptors COLONIALISM | MILITARY OCCUPATION | ZIONISM | POLITICAL CONDITIONS | MIGRATION | PALESTINE REFUGEES
Print Size (in mm) 165x229
Reading Level (Arabi 21 Standard)
Available Book Formats eBook Format on iOS/Android Devices, Online Access on Al Manhal Platfrom, Print Format
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