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Dr. Salman Abu-Sitta after giving a lecture in Nottingham University about the Palestinian refugees cause. Part of a series on Palestinians Demographics Definitions · Palestine People · Diaspora Territories · Refugee camps West Bank (geography) Gaza Strip (geography) Electoral districts Governorates Arab localities in Israel Arab citizens of Israel Cities · East Jerusalem Depopulated villages Politics Hamas · PLO PNC · PLC · PFLP Palestinian National Authority (PNA) Political parties in the PNA Palestinian flag · Law Religion / Religious sites Islam · Christianity · Judaism Dome of the Rock Al-Aqsa Mosque Great Mosque of Gaza Cave of the Patriarchs Church of the Holy Sepulchre Church of the Annunciation Church of the Nativity Joseph's Tomb · Rachel's Tomb Lot's Tomb · Nabi Samwil Culture Art · Costume and embroidery Cinema · Cuisine · Dance Handicrafts · Language Literature · Music Notable Palestinians Mahmoud Abbas · Naji al-Ali Hanan Ashrawi Hany Abu-Assad Rim Banna · Tawfiq Canaan Mahmoud Darwish · Emile Habibi  · Atallah Hanna Faisal Husseini Mohammed Amin al-Husseini Abd al-Qader al-Husseini Ghassan Kanafani Ghada Karmi · Leila Khaled Walid Khalidi Ibrahim Abu-Lughod Edward Said · Khalil al-Sakakini Ahmad Shukeiri · Elia Suleiman Fadwa Touqan · Ibrahim Touqan Khalil al-Wazir · Ahmed Yassin May Ziade · Wael Zwaiter v • d • e Salman H. Abu Sitta (born 1938) is a Palestinian researcher and writes about Palestinian refugees and Palestinian right to return to Palestine.[1] Contents 1 Biography 2 Documentation of al-Nakba 3 Published works 3.1 Articles 4 Footnotes 5 External links // Biography Abu-Setta was born in Beersheba (Bir al-Saba'), British Mandate of Palestine, in what is now the Southern District of Israel. After making a 40 kilometer journey to his home on foot from his boarding school, Abu-Setta escaped a few days later with his family to Gaza and joined the first wave of Palestinian refugees. Abu-Setta moved to the prestigious al-Saidiya secondary school in Cairo where he graduated with "excellence", ranking first in Egypt. After graduating from Cairo University's Faculty of Engineering in 1958, Abu-Setta went to the United Kingdom to continue his post-graduate studies, receiving his PhD in Civil Engineering from the University of London.[2] Former member of Palestine National Council (20 years). Researcher on refugee affairs and author of over 200 papers on the subject. Director of international development and construction projects. Founder and President of the Palestine Land Society (PLS).[3] General coordinator of al-Awda the Palestinian Right of Return Coalition Documentation of al-Nakba Abu-Setta, has spent 40 years digging for any detail of information about, or related to, Palestine before, during and after the creation of Israel. Abu-Setta’s self-imposed mission has encompassed not only documenting al-Nakba, but also ensuring that "the memories and identity of the occupied homeland are never lost". The documentation process began when he was 30 years-old, when he stumbled on the memoirs of the Turkish chief of Beersheba, when Palestine was under Ottoman rule. The document dated back to the early years of the last century. "It sort of started from there, and it has never stopped," Abu-Sitta says. "I kept collecting all and any material on every inch of my homeland." Published works The Return Journey (2007) Palestine Land Society ISBN 0954903412 Atlas of Palestine, 1948 Palestine Land Society (January 2004) ISBN 0954903404 The Palestinian Nakba 1948: The register of depopulated localities in Palestine (Occasional Return Centre studies) (1998 reprinted 2000) Palestinian Return Centre ISBN 1901924106 Articles Peace Palestine Traces of Poison: Israel’s Dark History Revealed Google video Geography of Occupation Palestine Remembered Palestine Right Of Return, Sacred, Legal, and Possible Jerusalemite 7 June 2007 "Atlas of Palestine 1948: Reconstructing Palestine" Footnotes ^ al Awda Back to Roots by Salman Abu Sitta address at Al-Awda’s 4th International Convention San Francisco, 14th - 16th July 2006 ^ al Ahram profile of Salman Abu-Setta ^ Palestine Land Society External links Palestine Remembered al-Awda Palestine Land Society Persondata Name Abu-Sitta, Salman Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death