Chapter 11: International Protection and Durable Solutions

Masalha, Nur; Rempel, Terry
January 2005
Catastrophe Remembered: Palestine, Israel & the Internal Refugee;2005, p260
Book Chapter
Chapter 11 of the book "Catastrophe Remembered: Palestine, Israel & the Internal Refugees: Essays in Memory of Edward W. Said" is presented. It explores the international protection to the Palestinian internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Israel. In the 57-year-old Arab-Israeli conflict, the displaced Palestininans are stated to be the most neglected group among all displaced groups. The international community, in collaboration with the United Nations has attempted to protect the IDPs.


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