In the worst-case scenario, the fate of the Palestinians in Syria could echo some facets of the fate of the approximately 30,000 Palestinian refugees from Iraq following the US occupation of that country. Read more about Uncertain fate for Palestinians in Syria
An exhibition at Amman’s Darat al Funun explores varying responses to decades of conflict in the Middle East, in which the Palestinian people have often played an involuntary and tragic role. Read more about Exhibition review: when lemons have more freedom than humans
Israel’s new diplomatic campaign to draw attention to the forgotten plight of Jews from Arab countries is an attempt to use historical injustices to justify current injustices. Read more about Israel's cynical campaign to pit Arab Jews against Palestinian refugees
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are protesting the Lebanese army’s killing of a 16-year-old boy after he was stopped at a checkpoint in his camp. Read more about Palestinians in Lebanon rise up in protest at military murder of young refugee
Israel has begun arresting South Sudanese migrants in preparation for deporting them from the country. Read more about Sudanese face expulsion; minister declares Israel "belongs to white man"
A delegation of activists from Palestinian refugee rights groups recently visited Cape Town, South Africa, to discuss the practicalities of implementing the right of return. Read more about Campaigners strategize refugee return during South Africa visit
An elderly Palestinian woman in Gaza recalls being ethnically cleansed from her village in 1948. Read more about "Every day I dream of returning home": a Nakba survivor speaks
Aging Palestinian refugees recount their exile from Palestine during the Nakba and demand the right to return to their homeland. Read more about Palestinians in Egypt insist on right to return
Thousands of Palestinians marched to destroyed villages and called for the return of Palestinian refugees. Read more about Palestinians assert right to return on Israeli "Independence Day"
In a recent op-ed, the New York Times’ Thomas Friedman smugly offers the Palestinians how to settle their “conflict” with Israel: accept the settlements and the violent settlers, give up a large part of East Jerusalem, and forget about the refugees’ right of return. Read more about Tom Friedman's latest advice to Palestinians: accept a farce of a state