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Palestinian Refugee Turns Home in Jaramana Camp to Palestinian Museum

Published : 24-09-2018

Palestinian Refugee Turns Home in Jaramana Camp to Palestinian Museum

Palestinian refugee Abu Ali Jaber turned his home in Jaramana Camp into a showroom for Palestinian heritage.

Visitors of the museum said handmade items reflecting Palestinian traditional handicraft and folkloric Palestinian costumes, along with iron keys symbolizing Palestinians’ right of return to their motherland and traditional kitchen wares, were put on display at Abu Jaber’s home.

Founded in 1948 and covering an area of 0,03 square kilometers, Jaramana Camp has been home to 18,500 Palestinian refugees, according to UNRWA statistics. Some 8,000 more refugees have sought shelter in the camp after they were forcibly deported from war-stricken zones in Syria.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7732

Palestinian refugee Abu Ali Jaber turned his home in Jaramana Camp into a showroom for Palestinian heritage.

Visitors of the museum said handmade items reflecting Palestinian traditional handicraft and folkloric Palestinian costumes, along with iron keys symbolizing Palestinians’ right of return to their motherland and traditional kitchen wares, were put on display at Abu Jaber’s home.

Founded in 1948 and covering an area of 0,03 square kilometers, Jaramana Camp has been home to 18,500 Palestinian refugees, according to UNRWA statistics. Some 8,000 more refugees have sought shelter in the camp after they were forcibly deported from war-stricken zones in Syria.

Short URL : http://www.actionpal.org.uk/en/post/7732