|21. 3 Million Newly Displaced Africans Unseen by World [9/27/2004] Ref #11017|
The World Refugee Survey 2003 contains reports on refugee situations in 41 countries in Africa. The 258-page annual report reviews refugee conditions and government policies affecting refugees and displaced persons in 134 countries worldwide.
|22. Worlwide Refugee Information: Burundi [9/27/2004] Ref #11018|
More than 400,000 Burundians were refugees at the end of 2002, including at least 370,000 in Tanzania; an estimated 20,000 in Congo-Kinshasa; nearly 3,000 in Malawi; more than 2,000 in Rwanda; some 2,000 in South Africa; approximately 1,000 each in Mozambique, Zambia, and Zimbabwe; and more than 2,000 in a half-dozen other countries.
|23. Palestinians in Jordan and Egypt: Legal Rights of Travel Documents [9/23/2004] Ref #11002|
Report - Offers explanation of various categories of Palestinian refugees, issues of citizenship and travel documents.
|Omer Bin Abdullah |
|24. Libya to expel more Palestinians [9/23/2004] Ref #11005|
Qaddafi hopes to replace the foreigners with unemployed Libyans--the unemployment rate among them is about 30 percent. After expelling 30,000 Palestinians, Qaddafi relented and allowed the remainder to stay. About 8,000 Iraqi teachers were brought in to replace the Palestinian teachers who were forced to leave.
|25. Worldwide Refugee Information - Jordan [9/23/2004] Ref #11006|
Country Report details history of and number of Palestinians resident in Jordan.
|26. Jordan [9/23/2004] Ref #11007|
Correcting the record on Palestinians in Jordan.
|27. 2001 PA Consitution and Right of Return [9/23/2004] Ref #11008|
Chart comparing the number of Palestinian refugees (3.9 million) served by UNRWA and other refugees (19.9 million) served by UN High Commission for Refugees.
|28. Refugees – A Global Issue [9/23/2004] Ref #11009|
|29. Mass Aliyah - 1948-51 [9/22/2004] Ref #10990|
Details aliayah (immigration) to Israel from 1948 through present.
|30. Mass Aliyah: Absorption and Settlement [9/22/2004] Ref #10991|
From 1948-51, Israel absorbed more than 700,000 new immigrants.