| Recognise Palestinian Refugees and their inalienable Right to Return NOW!

Palestinian Refugees: Time To Return NOW! ~ Chris Den Hond and Mireille Court, YouTube, 27 min.

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10 million Palestinians. Almost 5 million of them are refugees. And half of those are still living in camps. It is in Lebanon that the Palestinian refugees live under the worst conditions. We visited the camps of Chatila, Borj Al Barajneh, Marelias, Nahr Al Bared, Badawi, Ain El Hilweh et Rachidiya.

Everywhere we find great poverty, a dense population, narrow lanes, a maze of electric wires all connected to each other, workshops for small manual jobs… but everywhere also the same steadfast will to return to their country, Palestine.

‘Palestinian Refuges’ is now converted to TV format and is available for any Public Access TV station in America (and the World) to download and broadcast.

To get Public Access TV Stations to broadcast – ‘Palestinian Refuges’ people can phone their local Public Access TV station and request the film be broadcast to their local community. The TV station can download the show from PEGMedia.org and then broadcast it.




The CORE issues of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict are the 
ETHNIC CLEANSING of the Palestinian people for the past six decades.


| THE KEY TO PEACE: Dismantling the Matrix of Control: 

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Who has conquered the Middle east over the course of the world events? 
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| Israeli Historian Describes Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine in 1948 (Nakba)
Dr. Ilan Pappé is an Israeli historian who was a senior lecturer at Haifa University from 1984-2007. His position as an Israeli academic gave him access to official Israeli historical archives. Through research this Israeli-born academic learned the truth about the Israeli narrative. This clip of a lecture he gave in the US clarifies what happened on 1948, a day we commemorate tomorrow May 15th as Yawm An-Nakba or “Day of the Catastrophe.”

“It was suggested to them that so few years after the Holocaust it wasn’t a good idea to portray the Jews as murderers, expellers, looters, occupiers, and colonizers. This was a conscious decision by the political elites of the West to atone for what Europe did to the Jews in the Second World War. The price was very clear, the dispossession of Palestine.”

~ Ilan Pappé