Ramadan Shallah : I will never, under any conditions, accept the existence of the state of Israel. I have no problem living with the Jewish people. We have lived together in peace for centuries. And if Netanyahu were to ask if we can live together in one state, I would say to him: “If we have exactly the same rights as Jews to come to all of Palestine. If Khaled Meshaal and Ramadan Shallah can come whenever they want, and visit Haifa, and buy a home in Herzliyah if they want, then we can have a new language, and dialogue is possible.”Read more . . .
الفكرة التي يدافع عنها الكاتب هي أقرب مما تكون إلى التالي إذا كانت ثمة علل بنيوية وإيديولوجية تحول دون إندماج إسرائيل في محيطها الشرق الأوسطي. فما الذي يمنع طلائع الجالية الناطقة بالعبرية في فلسطين من الإنخراط في الثورة الديمقراطية الفلسطينية. ويقول: هذه الرؤيا تبدو بعيدة الآن لكن الوعي يتطور(يتغير) بسرعة.Read more . . .
“At that moment, together with the scorching sun and the dust, I felt in my mouth the taste of the mulberries, and I understood what homeland means, and also, for the first time, vaguely and at a distance and a little bit afraid, I understood that this homeland, the homeland of the songs and of school textbooks, is simply just the taste of mulberries, and the smell of dust, and the moist earth in winter, and the colour of the sky, and that it is a homeland not only for me, but also for Rashid Masarwa.”Read more . . .
The Palestinian Right of Return precedes the right of Soviet citizens to settle in Israel Elias Davidsson, April 1990 The decision of the State of Israel to promote the massive influx of Soviet citizens to the Middle-East has drawn critical … Read more . . .
UN committee: Israel should let Palestinians return to their land By Yoav Stern, Haaretz Correspondent, 11 March 2007 http://news.haaretz.co.il/hasen/spages/835430.html A United Nations committee has called on Israel to allow Palestinian refugees to return to their property and land in Israel … Read more . . .
The human rights dimensions of population transfer, including the implantation of settlers … Read more . . .
Do Palestinian Refugees Have a Right to Return to Israel? by Ruth Lapidoth Professor Ruth Lapidoth is a Professor of International Law at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In the media and in interviews with Palestinian leaders, we often hear … Read more . . .
BADIL – Information & Discussion Brief Issue No.8 , January 2001 Palestinian Refugees and the Right of Return: An International Law Analysis Gail J. Boling BADIL-Briefs aim to support the Palestinian-Arab and international debate about strategies for promotion of Palestinian … Read more . . .
BADIL – Information & Discussion Brief Issue No.1 , February 2000 REINTERPRETING PALESTINIAN REFUGEE RIGHTS UNDER INTERNATIONAL LAW, AND A FRAMEWORK FOR DURABLE SOLUTIONS Susan M. Akram, Associate Professor, Boston University School of Law BADIL-Briefs aim to support … Read more . . .