"Either way, PalPal, there will be a problem in proving who walked away and who was chased away and it will be a tough one." Hi Walid, The circumstances under which a person leaves his house is IRRELEVANT when it comes to establishing ownerships or property rights. German Jews are demanding, and getting, the smallest of their properties! Even a painting that once hung in their living room and got bought many times by different buyers did not stop them from re-claiming it as their own - of course with the help of the legal system! Don't let anyone con you into believing that because you "ran away" or "started a war" that this automatically deprives you of your property. These arguments are used extensively by people who don't wish to see Palestinian refugees return to their internationally recognized homeland and property. Such arguments don't, and should not be allowed, to justify the fate of Palestinians. Take care.
Army: Blast in Korean DMZ wounds two South Korean soldiers (Reuters)
from the article: Each Gaza evacuee family to get NIS 1.5-2 million in compensation