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· April, 2007

Stories about Refugees from April, 2007

Egypt: Sinai Bedouins Seek Refuge in Israel

Writing at Kabobfest, blogger Hanaan reports the plight of a Sinai bedouin, who is seeking entry into Israel. “You know police brutality has reached a new low in Egypt when...

Arabeyes: Palestinian Jordanian Anyone?

Jordanian blogger Hareega is furious that people avoid discussing racism in his society. He is particularly angry about the discrimination Jordanians of Palestinian origin go through in a country he...

Ukraine: Chernobyl

MoldovAnn takes photographer Michael Forster Rothbart along on a trip to the Chernobyl-affected areas and posts an account that's both informative and poignant, and comes just days before the 21st...

Myanmar: Helping Hand Blogs

People of Myanmar are well known for their gentle nature, kind heart, sincerity, generosity and a great helping hand. In Myanmar, various type of non profitable groups and non governmental...

Yemen: Saving the Somali Refugees

Moments in Words from Hadhramout writes about the situation of Somali refugees in Yemen.

Palestine: Debating the Refugee Issue

Daoud Kuttab discusses bearing responsibility for the Palestinian refugee problem.

Palestine: Historical Comparisons on the Right of Return

Oranges and Olives poses some questions for Zionists who say that the Palestinians should assimilate out of the refugee camps: “But let us take a look at the issue from...

The adventures of Phatry Derek Pan in Cambodia

Now settling in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh, without close relatives to accompany him, where unlike his Seattle home there is no local McDonald’s, Phatry Derek Pan adapts to a...

Former Soviet Union: Blogging “Frozen Conflicts”

Lyndon of Scraps of Moscow thought it'd be a good idea to start a blog on “the so-called ‘frozen conflicts'”: “I could even just use this blog – ‘Scraps of...

Iraq: Shada, Shada, Shada

So chanted Nibras Kazimi on the victory of the Iraqi Shada Hassoun, winner of Star Academy Middle East. What better than a trashy TV show to unite a divided country...

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