Palestinian Diaspora NPR's Ted Clark reports that Palestinian refugees are growing extremely concerned about final status peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. The concern is greatest among the some 3.5 million Palestinians living in refugee camps. They fear that PLO leader Yasser Arafat will make too many concessions, perhaps bargain away the Palestinians' right of return to their homeland. Their fears are making it even more difficult for the Israelis and Palestinians to reach a final status agreement. The two sides failed to meet their February 13th deadline for drawing the outlines of such an agreement.
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Palestinian Diaspora

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Palestinian Diaspora

Palestinian Diaspora

Palestinian Diaspora

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NPR's Ted Clark reports that Palestinian refugees are growing extremely concerned about final status peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians. The concern is greatest among the some 3.5 million Palestinians living in refugee camps. They fear that PLO leader Yasser Arafat will make too many concessions, perhaps bargain away the Palestinians' right of return to their homeland. Their fears are making it even more difficult for the Israelis and Palestinians to reach a final status agreement. The two sides failed to meet their February 13th deadline for drawing the outlines of such an agreement.