The Palestinian Refugees, 1948-1998 (An Oral History)

“These camps are not fit for human life. Each house is stuck to the next. And every one hears each other. This means we have no privacy. And we lose our ability to treat each other kindly. It is all disturbing. We may as well be dead. But death is a peace we are unable to reach.”
Testimony from Yusra Mustafa Jubara, Camp #1, Nablus.

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by Adel H. Yahya

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Dr. Adel H. Yahya (deceased) was founder and director of the Palestinian Association for Cultural Exchange (PACE), a Ramallah based organization that recorded oral histories of Palestinians, preserved and marketed traditional Palestinian arts, published about overlooked Palestinian historical sites, and led foreign groups around the West Bank.


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