Palestinian refugees who fled Syria to Lebanon live on the margins, their future insecure. Read more about Suspended between hope and hardship
Shatila refugee camp
More than 100 detainees were forced to sit alongside each other, wearing only their underwear. Read more about Palestinian journalist recalls torture by Syrian jailers
Now living in a cramped Beirut refugee camp basement, Um Zohair remembers being uprooted from Palestine in 1948. Read more about "We're exhausted from being homeless": recalling the Palestinians' plight on Nakba Day
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon remain barred from 70 professions. Read more about Visualizing the discrimination faced by Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
A family of five has to shell out $1,000 for basic papers, an expense few of the destitute refugees can afford. Read more about Lebanon charges punitive registration fees to Palestinians fleeing Syria war
Frustration with the Palestinian Authority has led refugees to preserve their heritage through their own initiatives. Read more about Museums for Palestinian refugees "light up past before 1948"
Medical expenses of injured son of Palestinian woman who fled Syria paid for by compassionate strangers. Read more about Palestinian refugee who fled Syria recounts outpouring of support from EI readers
Almost 65 years after the Nakba, Palestinian refugees are still being displaced and denied their right of return. Read more about To where should we return?
Protest and poetry are “inseparable twins,” according to a new Al Jazeera documentary series. Read more about Palestinians shouldn't be covered in "blanket of sadness," says poet
I never thought of myself as a teacher, and when my mother used to suggest the profession to me as a kid, I would flinch. But lately, that’s exactly who I am finding myself becoming – not just as an answer to our obsession with the “what do you do?” question, but as a general identification of how I see myself. Read more about From Shatila to Ramallah: an introduction
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