Refugee Camps Quotes by Tony Abbott, Max Blumenthal, Ismail Haniyeh, Angelina Jolie, Noam Chomsky, Walter Russell Mead and many others.
If I was in a refugee camp somewhere on the Pakistani border, of course I’d want to come to Australia.
While I regard the Nakba as an ongoing crime that needs to be prosecuted and reversed…Shavit defends its necessity and lectures Palestinians trapped in squalid refugee camps to just get over it.
Doesn’t the world see the suffering of millions of Palestinians who have been living in exile around the world or in refugee camps for the past 60 years? No state, no home, no identity, no right to work. Doesn’t the world see this injustice?
It is not enough to defend our values at home, in our newspapers and in our institutions. We also have to defend them in the refugee camps of the Middle East, and the ruined ghost towns of Syria.
Israel uses sophisticated attack jets and naval vessels to bomb densely-crowded refugee camps, schools, apartment blocks, mosques, and slums to attack a population that has no air force, no air defense, no navy, no heavy weapons, no artillery units, no mechanized armor, no command in control, no army and calls it a war.
Jordan is the only Arab state that has provided citizenship to Palestinian refugees and integrated them. But something has to be done about the Palestinians living in refugee camps in Syria and Lebanon.
We live in the age of the refugee, the age of the exile.
The hardship of living in a refugee camp made me psychologically strong.
It’s the fact that you can reduce my whole life to one word, whatever it is, my entire career, my service to my country, my academic rigor, my courage in going to interview terrorists, and refugee camps, and third-world prisons.
After World War II there were many Jews who remained in refugee camps…President Harry F. Truman called for the Harrison Commission to investigate the situation in the camps and it was a pretty gloomy report. There were very few Jews admitted into the United States.
People have been born in refugee camps and they are getting tired of that.
What cause have we to complain about their fierce hatred to us? For eight years now, they sit in their refugee camps in Gaza, and before their eyes we turn into our homestead the land and villages in which they and their forefathers have lived.