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Residents of Nahr al-Bared camp protest UNRWA cuts

DRAH | Sept 21, 2013 Gaza,(DRAH.ps)–  Residents of Nahr al-Bared camp in Lebanon staged a sit-in on Thursday morning in front of the UNRWA office in rejection of its decision to stop the emergency plan for the residents of the camp. A large crowd of camp residents, in addition to representatives of Palestinian factions and […]

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Hamas calls on @UNRWA to meet demands of residents of Nahr al-Bared camp

[ PIC 02/08/2013 – 03:43 PM ] BEIRUT, (PIC)– Hamas movement confirmed its support for the peaceful protests which demand the URNWA to continue providing services for the residents of Nahr al-Bared camp. Hamas’s office for Refugee affairs in Lebanon called, in a statement on Thursday, on the UNRWA administration to meet the demands of […]

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Palestinians in Lebanon: No Resting in Peace

Temporary solutions such as burying “relatives on top of each other” are no longer feasible. The cemetery can no longer receive any more dead people. (Photo: Haitham Moussawi) By: Qassem Qassem | Al Akhbar |  Tuesday, July 3, 2012 Palestinian cemeteries in Lebanon are running out of room. With the Lebanese cemeteries refusing the dead, […]

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The Grave Digger of Nahr al-Bared Camp

Gaza Under Attack – Timeline | Pictures Aug 2011 | Oct 2011 | Dec 2011| Jan 2012 Said Swaidan reports that there is only enough space left for 12 new graves. (Photo: Al-Akhbar) Robert Abdallah, Abdel Kafi al-Samad |  January 23, 2012 | Al Akhbar The work assigned to a gravedigger does not seem pleasant […]

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Multiple Displacement: Baddawi between Nahr al-Bared and a Hard Place | Al Akhbar English

  Today, Baddawi refugees have grown weary of their counterparts from al-Bared, as both populations must compete for the same scarce resources. (Photo: al-Akhbar) By: Robert Abdallah Published Friday, September 2, 2011 The destruction of Nahr al-Bared refugee camp, the displacement of its population, the slow pace of its reconstruction, and the security and economic […]

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