World Bulletin / News Desk
780,000 Palestinians living in 19 refugee camps in Palestine's West Bank region live the holy month of Ramadan in an atmosphere of unemployment, poverty and hunger.
According to figures of the United Nations (UN), one out of every four refugees in the world is Palestinian.
The Palestine issue happens to be the beginning of the most important problem in the Middle East.
The Palestinian refugees at the camps try to survive with aid coupons and materials distributed by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), Information Director of the UNRWA in Jerusalem, Ilona Kassissieh said that "the temporary state of being refugees began in 1948 for the Palestinians and has entered its 64th year".
"There is now a fourth generation at the refugee camps. Those living in the camps do not know when the situation may end. The end of the tunnel can not be seen for the Palestinian refugees," Kassissieh stressed.
The UN spends 74 million USD for the West Bank camps on an annual basis.
Aside from the 19 refugee camps in Israel-occupied West Bank, there are 8 refugee camps in the besieged Gaza Strip.
There are a total of 2.5 million Palestinian refugees living in Lebanon, Syria and Jordan.
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Lukman Hakim, religious affairs minister for the world's most populous Muslim nation, calls for countries to be able to trade Hajj quotas
There has been a wide agreement among the world's community that certain behaviours such as drinking alcohol are morally wrong
The campaign, Women in Solidarity with Hijabs (WISH) , began ten days ago and has already attracted almost 18,000 “likes” in Facebook
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2.085 million Muslims completed the pilgrimage amid fears of epidemic threats posed by Ebola and MERS outbreaks.
Thousands of non-Muslims were invited to mosques on Friday by Muslim organizations to encourage cultural exchange.
Muslim clerics are becoming concerned about the number of pilgrims taking pictures of themselves during what is supposed to be a time of humility and tranquillity.
Pilgrims, clad in seamless white clothes, will spend the day in prayers and recitation of the Quran.
The kingdom expects nearly 3 million pilgrims in Mecca this year, including 1.4 million from abroad.
The sale and slaughter of sacrificial animals will be banned in Moscow during the Eid holiday.
Pedro Lazo Torres, the leader of Havana’s Muslim community, revealed that his joint efforts with Turkey's Religious Affairs Foundation (TDV) to open a mosque in Havana was rejected.
Pilgrims – coming from all over the world – will spend one day and one night in prayer before setting out for Mount Arafat on Friday morning for the spiritual journey's climax.
Metropolitan Police figures have shown offences have increased from 344 to 570 in the last year.
A letter condemning attacks on Muslims is published on internet.