Now living in a cramped Beirut refugee camp basement, Um Zohair remembers being uprooted from Palestine in 1948. Read more about "We're exhausted from being homeless": recalling the Palestinians' plight on Nakba Day
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon remain barred from 70 professions. Read more about Visualizing the discrimination faced by Palestinian refugees in Lebanon
A family of five has to shell out $1,000 for basic papers, an expense few of the destitute refugees can afford. Read more about Lebanon charges punitive registration fees to Palestinians fleeing Syria war
Emily Jacir and Monica Maurer create homage to victims of massacre in Tel al-Zaatar refugee camp. Read more about 1970s film of Palestinian struggle in Lebanon restored
Medical support for kidney patients severely affected by budget shortfall. Read more about Palestinians in Lebanon vow to continue protests against UN aid cuts
Central character in Mahdi Fleifel’s documentary resents how “leaders” have sold out the revolution. Read more about New film shows sacrifice without reward for Palestinians in Lebanon
The San Diego art professor has faced attempts to censor his work. Read more about Preserving Palestine's memory through art: interview with John Halaka
Inflamed rhetoric by Lebanon’s media and political elite does not bode well for Palestinian refugees in the country. Read more about Why are Palestinians blamed for violence in Lebanon?
With nobody to represent them, refugees will be in limbo until Palestine is free. Read more about War in Syria highlights vulnerability of Palestinian refugees
Frustration with the Palestinian Authority has led refugees to preserve their heritage through their own initiatives. Read more about Museums for Palestinian refugees "light up past before 1948"