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From Lebanon to Syria, the Arab World is Failing Palestinian Refugees

Refugees, regardless of their race, ethnicity or religion, should be treated with respect and dignity, no matter the political complexity of their host countries.

From Lebanon to Syria, the Arab World is Failing Palestinian Refugees

Heinous racism. That is how the Geneva-based Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor described a recent decision by Lebanese authorities to bar Palestinian refugee expats from returning to Lebanon. Lebanon’s restrictions on its

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Justice is Indivisible: Placing Palestine Back at the Center of American Muslim Activism

In many mosques across the US, Palestine, Kashmir, Afghanistan, and other places of great and perpetual injustice are hardly mentioned. Perhaps, argues Ramzy Baroud, over fear that doing so would place them at the radar of the FBI or local enforcement agencies.

Justice is Indivisible: Placing Palestine Back at the Center of American Muslim Activism

It was nearly twenty years ago at a Muslim conference in Washington D.C. that I heard the distressing argument that Palestine should not be made a central topic in the American Muslim political agenda. The point, which took many by surprise, was enunciated by a young American Pakistani Muslim academic, whose name is not important for my purpose

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100 Years of Shame: The Annexation of Palestine Began in San Remo

One hundred years ago, representatives from a few powerful countries convened in a sleepy town on the Italian Riviera to seal the fate of the massive territories confiscated from the Ottoman Empire following its defeat in World War I.

100 Years of Shame: The Annexation of Palestine Began in San Remo

One hundred years ago, representatives from a few powerful countries convened at San Remo, a sleepy town on the Italian Riviera. Together, they sealed the fate of the massive territories confiscated from the Ottoman Empire following its defeat in World War I. It was on April 25, 1920, that the San Remo Conference Resolution was

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Coronavirus: How Are European Countries Treating Refugees Amid the Pandemic?

Neglecting the refugees while fighting coronavirus is as foolish as it is inhumane. The last few months have taught us that self-centered strategies do not apply in the cases of global healthcare crises.

Coronavirus: How Are European Countries Treating Refugees Amid the Pandemic?

As soon as the COVID-19 pandemic began spreading its tentacles throughout China and eventually to the rest of the world, the World Health Organization (WHO), along with other international groups, sounded the alarm that refugees and migrants are particularly vulnerable to the deadly disease.

“We strongly emphasize the

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