Petra | Mar 09, 2014 | 23:23
AMMAN — Baqaa Refugee Camp leaders on Sunday expressed their rejection of establishing a substitute homeland for Palestinian refugees in Jordan, stressing that refugees’ right to return to Palestine is irrevocable.
During a meeting with Senate President Abdur-Ra’uf S. Rawabdeh, leaders of the largest Palestinian refugee camp in Jordan stressed the need to maintain national unity.
They also commended His Majesty King Abdullah’s efforts in serving the Palestinian issue and defending the legitimate rights of Palestinians to have an independent state on their national soil.
Source: Jordan Times