|11. Arafat's Jordan Visit [10/6/2004] Ref #11061|
The first meeting with Arafat since Israel and the Palestinian National Authority signed the Sharm El Sheikh memorandum eleven days ago, is to “consult on recent developments, especially the inauguration of final status talks.”
|12. Jordan won't accept new refugees [10/6/2004] Ref #11063|
Jordan will not accept new waves of refugees and its
Premier stresses Jordan's position on refugees' right of return, compensation
|13. 2001:Arab Attitudes to the State of Israel [10/5/2004] Ref #11050|
The survey examined political positions, attitudes regarding the participation of Israeli Arab citizens in the events of Intifadat al-Aksa in October 2000 and basic positions towards the State and their status as a minority within it.
|14. The Refugee Price Tag [10/4/2004] Ref #11037|
Various notions of compensation for Palestinian refugees are discussed by author.
|15. Private Property Keep Out [10/4/2004] Ref #11038|
The question of equating Arab claims for compensation and restitution with those of Jews from Arab lands has reulted in a number of different proposals.
|Peter Hirschberg | Jerusalem Report|
|16. History Questions the Right of Return [10/4/2004] Ref #11039|
|Kenneth W. Stein |
|17. Who is a Palestine Refugee? [9/28/2004] Ref #11022|
Under UNRWA's operational definition, Palestine refugees are persons whose normal place of residence was Palestine between June 1946 and May 1948, who lost both their homes and means of livelihood as a result of the 1948 Arab-Israeli conflict.
|18. Palestinian Right of Return [9/28/2004] Ref #11023|
Israel should welcome the refugees: Ali Abunimah argues that the right of return of Palestinian exiles would signal an end to the conflict, not a threat.
|19. The Demographic Revolution: Palestinian Refugees [9/28/2004] Ref #11025|
|20. Understanding Refugee Numbers [9/27/2004] Ref #11014|
Slidshow explaing current refugee situation worldwide.