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Photo Gallery: Burj el-Barajneh Camp

Photo Gallery: Burj el-Barajneh Camp, Lebanon (established in 1950)

By Samar Maqusi

Since the Syrian conflict erupted, Lebanon has experienced a large influx of Syrian refugees (circa 1.5 million people), as well as Palestinian refugees from Syria. 651 more words


Bicske refugee camp to close at the end of December

Just a quick trip to the refugee camp in Bicske, a small town outside Budapest, before the camp closes at the end of December.  Bicske, which has been operating as a refugee facility for over two decades, is being shut down as part of a government-mandated wave of camp closures. 323 more words


As Fatah meets, a time bomb ticks in Palestinian camps

MEE – The Palestinian camps are on edge. Often they are subject to raids and arrests by the Palestinian Authority (PA), as its forces try to locate those it accuses of murder, arms smuggling and drug trafficking. 1,448 more words

Winter in the refugee camps.

On Saturday I had another opportunity to head on over to France with Care4Humanity in order to volunteer my time to help give aid to the refugees in the Dunkirk camp. 565 more words

Ποιο είναι το σχέδιο των Μουσουλμάνων μεταναστών στην Ευρώπη


Συγκλονιστικές αποκαλύψεις κάνει μεταφράστρια σε προσφυγικούς καταυλισμούς. Σύμφωνα με την μεταφράστρια, την οποία επικαλείται η Daily Mail, που έχει εργαστεί σε διάφορους προσφυγικούς καταυλισμούς στη Γερμανία οι μουσουλμάνοι μετανάστες νιώθουν έχθρα κατά των Χριστιανών και θέλουν η χώρα να εξισλαμιστεί.


Through a woman's eyes: life under military occupation

By EA Carolina, Bethlehem team.

I arrived in Duheisha Refugee Camp, in Bethlehem, at dawn and I knocked an unknown door. I was looking for Samira*, all I knew about her was that she is a well known and respected member of the Duheisha community and that she would be able to tell me her story in reasonably good English. 925 more words

Southern West Bank

Stories We'll Tell Our Grandchildren

We know now for certain that the world is coming to an end.
And we are the bricks falling apart.
Eighty years on when we sit with our grandchildren… 216 more words