From the Editors
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I am in the Yarmouk refugee camp, Damascus, during an aid delivery. A man approaches me and utters three words, “I am hungry”. The sunken eyes in his face are equally eloquent. His fragile frame expresses volumes. He speaks for a people brutalized, a people sick of war. He is a living symbol of the world’s failure to resolve the crisis in Syria. Yarmouk has become a powerful icon of the wider war and of the Palestinian experience. It was once the densely populated ...Keep Reading »
Pierre Krähenbühl is the Commisioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA)