Missing home

Nabulsi, Karma
April 2011
New Statesman;4/11/2011, Vol. 140 Issue 5048, p43
In this article the author discusses the plight of Palestinian refugees in North Africa and the Middle East. A number of topics are addressed including the Palestinians and the right of return to their traditional lands, harassment of Palestinian political refugees in a number of countries, and the difficulties Palestinians have when traveling.


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