Lebanon

Palestinians in Lebanon push back against media incitement

Moe Ali Nayel
Beirut
18 December 2014

Allegations that Ein al-Hilwe camp is sheltering Lebanese Islamist extremists are baseless, say Palestinians. 

A community torn apart: the Palestinians of Nahr al-Bared

Ray Smith
Nahr al-Bared refugee camp
25 November 2014

The reconstruction of the refugee camp in north Lebanon is running out of funds.

New short film reflects brutal life of Palestinian refugees in Greece

Mahdi Fleifel’s Xenoz shows ugly truth about Palestinians living on Europe’s streets.

History podcast series illuminates Palestine's past

The Ottoman History Podcast offers in-depth discussions of Middle Eastern past.

Tony Blair enables Israeli raids in the West Bank

“Peace envoy” and his team accept that Israel’s military may inflict suffering on Palestinians.

Palestine shines in global literature prizes

Poet Ghassan Zaqtan is on the longlist for the Sheikh Zayed Prize, a celebration of Arabic culture.

Palestinians fleeing Syria charged $400 per month to rent garages in Beirut

Moe Ali Nayel
Beirut
18 September 2014

Children of many Palestinian refugees face being denied education over the coming school year.

Threatened photographs are window on historic Palestine

A newly-digitized collection of images reveals long-lost details of daily life in Palestine, Syria and Lebanon in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century.

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