Palestinian refugees: discrimination in host country

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1: Palestinian refugees: deportation from Canada

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#5479 Living War: Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon
by Stefan Christoff in Z Magazine/ZNet, 14 January 2004

#6542 Poverty trap for Palestinian refugees
by Alaa Shahine in Al-Jazeera Online, 29 March 2004

#15682 Palestinian refugees face obstacle course
by Ismail Elmokadem in Al-Jazeera Online, 17 March 2005

#22466 From Montreal to Ein el-Hilweh: Deportation, Destitution & Dignity
by Stefan Christoff in Electronic Intifada, 13 July 2005

#40554 Palestinian refugees in Egypt face discrimination, say experts
by IRIN in Electronic Intifada, 21 June 2006

#284037 UN urges Jordan not to deport Palestinian activist back to Syria
by Patrick Kingsley in The Guardian, 21 May 2015

Palestinian refugees: deportation from Canada

#22466 From Montreal to Ein el-Hilweh: Deportation, Destitution & Dignity
by Stefan Christoff in Electronic Intifada, 13 July 2005




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