The Arab refugee problem / by Joseph B. Schechtman.


New York : Philosophical Library, [1952] .

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Subjects Israël. Arabes.
Politique internationale. Proche-Orient, Moyen Orient -- Réfugiés.
Refugees, Arab.
Description xi, 137 pages : maps ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1952]
©1952
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Around 1952, the United Nations allowed the Arab refugee problem to become a protracted irritant both to the Arab states and to Israel. From 1949 to 1952 the Arab states steadfastly refused to consider peace negotiations with Israel unless all the Arab refugees were permitted to return to their former homes. Israel maintained that it was a false humanitarianism to promote repatriation when former homes no longer existed - to raise false hopes only to produce disillusionment.
Contents Arab mass flight -- Arab refugees -- The repatriation issue -- Attempts at political solution -- The U. N. economic survey mission -- The U. N. Relief Works Agency for Palestine refugees -- Trends toward resettlement -- Resettlement possibilities in the Arab states -- The new impasse -- Appendice A: Haifa police report -- Appendice B: Justice Douglas on the Arab exodus -- Appendice C: Swelling the refugee rolls -- Appendice D: Reunion of families -- Appendice E: Abortive resettlement projects -- Appendice F: Blocked accounts -- Appendice G: Resolution 194 (III).
Network Numbers (OCoLC)358901
(OCoLC)ocm00358901
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WorldCat Identities Schechtman, Joseph B., 1891-1970.
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