Palestinian Refugees: Challenges of Repatriation and Development

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Index
absorption, see repatriation; see also Israel
Abu Sitta, Salman 49, 103
Acre 69
Afghanistan 79
Akka 69
Algerians 50
al-Aqsa mosque 68
Arab Islamic Bank 62
Arab Palestinian Financial Foundation 62
Arab Palestinian Investment Company 62
Armenians 50, 74
Asians 66
BADIL 6, 17
Barak, Ehud 89
Beach Camp see Shati refugee camp
Beer Sheva 66, 68
Beit Nuba 128
Beitunya 147
Berlin Declaration (1999) 85
Bet El 227
Bet Haggai 227
Betar Ilit 227
Bethlehem 55, 146, 219, 223
al-Bireh 146
Birzeit University 46, 57, 231
Bosnia 74, 79, 91
Bristol Report 85
Brynen, Rex 73
Bulgaria 66
Cambodia 79
Camp David negotiations (2000) 12
Canada 64, 99, 184, 219
Canada Park 128
Centre for Lebanese Studies 98
children 19, 37–40, 42, 58, 92
Chinese 58, 65
civil society 121, 124, 131; see also non-governmental organizations
Clinton, Bill 4–5
Clinton Parameters (2001) 4–6
Cold War 49, 82
colonies see settlements
compensation to refugees 2, 9, 118–122
Declaration of Principles (1993) 3–4, 14. 34, 59–60, 63–65, 83–84, 87–90, 93, 103, 114, 234
Deir al-Balah refugee camp 110
diaspora 7, 13, 16–17, 58, 61–65, 69, 74–75, 123
displaced persons 3, 79–80, 87–89, 92, 96, 98, 100, 103, 108

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