The Great War, as it was known, was not only the deadliest war in history but possibly the most transformative: its impact resonated through political change and revolutions throughout the world, defining new borders and determining dominions.
This book provides a documentation of the proceedings of a conference held under the same title by the Palestinian Return Centre in 2014, where academics, experts and senior politicians participated and delivered academic papers and speeches on the aspects of the British mandate policies.
This book looks at the most significant aspects of the Palestinian refugee and explores the future possibilities of their plight through studies and papers presented by a group of experts and researchers. The papers were presented during a seminar organised by Al Jazeera Centre for
This book provides a detailed looks at the Palestinian refugees in the West Bank. In addition to providing details of their composition, it looks at the centrality of the refugees and the impact of ongoing Israeli occupation and settlement building on their day to day
The book combines major aspects of the conflict for a better understanding of the plight of Palestinians. It pieces together fragments of the Nakba in order to comprehend the historical, political, religious and philosophical currents that have kept Palestinians in their perpetual exile..
This book aims to provide answers to questions about the absence of the IDP issue (Internally Displaced Persons) in Israel and the reasons for ignoring this issue within Israel and internationally..
The 2010 Atlas edition contains: 700 color broadsheet pages (24 x 34 cm) of information on: 1. 1,600 towns and villages 2. 16,000 land marks 3. 30,000 place names 4. 65 tables 5. 125 illustrative maps, diagrams and photos. The Atlas comprises
This Register, first published in 1998, is an attempt to put in print what is already engraved in the minds and hearts of millions of refugees.This second revised edition of the Register is part of an ongoing project to document the collective memory of
With the 1917 Balfour Declaration, Palestine became the victim of European colonialism, as Britain promised to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine where the indigenous Palestinians amounted to over ninety percent of the total population. This report provides an in-depth analysis of the motivations and
This work is an enormous contribution to the knowledge base about the actions perpetrated upon the Palestinian people by the Jewish state. The unanswered question is who will hold them responsible for their actions? When two of the largest military powers in the world deny
The book combines major aspects of the conflict for a better understanding of the plight of Palestinians. It pieces together fragments of the Nakba in order to comprehend the historical, political, religious and philosophical currents that have kept Palestinians in their perpetual exile.
This is a proposed plan for the return of Palestinian refugees to their homes. It is not Utopia. It is an attempt to bring peace to a region torn by strife and destroyed by war brought to it by foreigners armed with weaponry, money and
This exceptional guide provides users with a tool to locate and learn about Palestinian cities, towns and villages which existed in 1948. This guide will be the best companion in your return journey to Palestine.