Donald Trump says he has a peace plan that will solve the Arab-Israeli conflict for good, he calls it the "deal of the century". But Palestinian refugees living in neighbouring countries fear they are not going to be part of it – particularly those in Lebanon. With restricted work and property rights, there are few options for them outside returning home. So after 70 years of waiting, and four generations, what does it mean now to be a Palestinian refugee? The BBC’s Paul Adams travelled to Burg Al-Barajneh camp in Beirut to meet them.
Former Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon explains the historical facts relating to the issue of refugees in the Israeli Palestinian conflict. The video explains the reason there are still refugees after more than six decades is because of Arab leaders' recalcitrance to accept their brethren and the United Nations which created a separate agency with unique principles and criteria. The video also highlights the issue of the Jewish refugees who were forced out of their homes in the Arab world, and were subsequently absorbed by the State of Israel.