A Human Rights Approach to the Perpetuated Palestinian Refugee Crisis

5-6 million Palestinians who have inherited the status of ‘refugee’ living today throughout the Middle East are, for the most part, condemned to living lives of abject poverty. The policies of the Arab nations discriminate against Palestinian refugees, unjustly trapping them in an economic and social underclass in which they do not enjoy equal access to civil rights, economic and social privileges. As long as Palestinian refugees are treated as pawns in the Middle East conflict, with their interests held hostage to distant promises of a permanent peace agreement, they will continue to pay the highest price.

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