Unlike Palestinians, a number of Germans uprooted by Zionist forces in 1948 have received restitution.
Iyad Hayatleh, a Palestinian poet raised in Damascus and now living in Britain, teamed up with Scottish literary figure Tessa Ransford.
About two dozen young people have moved into Iqrit, a village ethnically cleansed by Zionist forces in the 1940s.
A conference in Boston this weekend will explore the practical steps towards achieving justice for Palestinian refugees.
Campus on Campus participant believes refugee camps should be seen as “homelands.”
Why are J Street leaders afraid to debate Palestinians advocating a boycott of Israel?
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