After 70 years, who are the Palestinian refugees? – BBC News
After 70 years, who are the Palestinian refugees? – BBC News We’Ve never really been a good time to be a Palestinian refugee. Anyway, now it seems even those statuses refugees is on the tracks. What is that song? Can I make them disappear so who are they? Where do they come from and what do they want? And it’s at a point more than 70 years, where that no longer refugees, but something else. Instead, in 1948, around 750,000 Palestinians flight over driven from their homes in the fighting that surrounded the creation of the state of Israel, live in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and entry surrounding countries, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon, and many of them live in refugee camps. Like this poor thing been a long time since people lived in tents, but they still coolest place to Camp, even though it’s kind of Southern, the campus and just over that are now including new refugees from Syria, the campus, crowded and dangerous. The wiring is lethal. Dozens of people have been electrocuted during off 3rd and 4th generation refugees living here at the hospital windling few, who actually remember Palestine. I born on the 3rd of August 1938. My Village is 30 ha. I was small boy and I look to the sky. I saw three planes, I was afraid the one I saw the plane. I call my grandmother. We have to leave. Maybe in one week or 10 days we will come back to Tasha and still there they never come at 5 million Palestinian came back. That would mean the end of the Jewish state, but the refugees Hold On Tight what they called the right of return, even though realistic, most of that Villages no longer exist, some people have a problem with that. Unruh is not serving. Palestinians under is a political arm that claims to serve Palestinians that has this ongoing number of refugees that is unsustainable, stop giving on Romany that basically slashed it budget by about his third, has already had two jobs and free stuff salaries, eventually, schools and hospitals to be Affected to the Trump Administration, there are 5 million Palestinian refugees. So, what’s going on, we had a great deal this year about the so cool deal of the century, to solve a problem once and for all, but the steps taken so far. I have made me antagonized one sign: the Department of State will announce the closure of the Palestine Liberation Organization office here in Washington DC today. We finally acknowledge the obvious Jerusalem is Israel’s Capital. The Palestinians feel right, you’re wrongly, but that backs are against the wall. I do nothing except and the Trump Administration issue into crisis definition definition wolf, court on the property. This is a basic rice. This is with reinforced. They are refusing identity, Minions wearing their Refugee identity, with a kind of fears, Pride or grandparents. They left the in Palestine. Your parents were born here, you were born here. Are you a refugee? I’Ve been William John stats, Sheila Bookman for the Palestinian, the Trump Administration seems to be pushing them. Stopping refugees Ikea. A refugee identity is pretty much the only thing people here have, and it’s a really hard thing to change. Donald Trump says he has a peace plan that will solve the Arab-Israeli conflict for good, he calls it the “deal of the century”.
But Palestinian refugees living in neighbouring countries fear they are not going to be part of it – particularly those in Lebanon.
With restricted work and property rights, there are few options for them outside returning home.
So after 70 years of waiting, and four generations, what does it mean now to be a Palestinian refugee?
The BBC’s Paul Adams travelled to Burg Al-Barajneh camp in Beirut to meet them.
Video by Olivia Lace-Evans
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