Refugee Camps


Audacity to Change: Open Letter to President Obama

The Arab world is experiencing a time of epic transformation. Few believed the streets of Tunis would rebel in their lifetimes, let alone simultaneously with Tripoli, Cairo, Damascus, Sana’a and

Munir’s Story: 28 years after the Massacre at Sabra-Shatila

This wall, adjacent to Abu Yassir's shelter is used by Shatila refugee camp tykes for playing ball and other games, unaware that some of their relatives and families' friends were

Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon

Their home is Palestine and they cannot wait to return. But, until that day arrives, there is no need to deny them the most basic of rights and infringe upon

Abu Marzouk champions broad plan to preserve holy sites

Dr. Mousa Abu Marzouk, the deputy political bureau chairman of Hamas, has advocated a Pan-Arab plan to support steadfastness of Jerusalemites in their city, warning that statements would be of

Alternative Reading of the Al-Mabhouh Murder

Who has weaved this fascinatingly reductionist account of al-Mabhouh’s life in such a short span of time? His family? Hamas? The Palestinian media? No, none of these. The creator of

10 Fatah leaders officially resign in Nablus

10 Fatah leaders on Saturday evening submitted their official resignations to the leadership of their movement’s central committee in Nablus in protest at monopolizing the regulatory decision-making and not implementing

15 Unlearned Lessons for Obama

Not everyone in the world idolizes American military power and US soldiers, as do most Americans.

Refugees official: Palestinians in Brazil living tragic conditions

The head of the refugees' affairs department, Hussam Al-Ahmed, has described the conditions of Palestinian refugees in Brazil as "very difficult and humiliating"