Forced Internal Displacement throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory

March 2009
al-Majdal;Mar2009, Issue 41, p46
The article focuses on a letter sent by the organization Badil to the United Nations Secretary General's Representative on Internally Displaced Persons. It explores the nature and the scope of forced internal displacement of the Palestinian populations throughout the Occupied Palestinian Territory (OPT). The methods used by the Israeli Occupying Power to attain its illegal demographic objectives include home demolition, land confiscation and colonization and the closure regime and separation wall.


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