Socio-political recomposition in the Palestinian refugee camp of

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More than sixty years after the Nakba 1 and a half million refugees
2 Palestinians now live in camps at the outskirts
cities in neighboring Arab countries of historic Palestine
(mainly Jordan, Lebanon and Syria) and the Territories
occupied Palestine (the West Bank and Gaza Strip). Over the years,
refugee camps, initially designed as temporary shelters
waiting for a normalization of Arab-Israeli conflict, have perpetuated
in the Middle East landscape, turning into neighborhoods
usually integrated into the urban fabric of the host country where
Palestinians live with the lower classes of other nationalities.

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