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Palestinian Refugees

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Palestinian Refugees
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The right of millions of Palestinian refugees to return to former hometowns that are now part of Israel is one of the critical issues of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. A recent poll shows that while the vast majority of refugees want that right upheld, they'd rather live in a state of Palestine. NPR's Peter Kenyon reports.

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