Hamas Terror and War in Gaza

The Trigger for Palestine Refugees Has Been Pulled





Hamas, Israel, Gaza, Palestinian Refugees, inclusion, war, terror


Terror and war are currently shaking Israel, Palestine and the Middle East. An analysis of the legal consequences for the status of affected Palestinian refugees demonstrates the need to put an end to the conflict and to agree on a definite settlement “in accordance with the relevant resolutions adopted by the General Assembly” as soon as possible – if not for humanitarian reasons than in the sheer self-interest of the international community.

Author Biography

Prof. Dr. Ralf Roßkopf, Technical University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt (THWS)

Dr. Ralf Roßkopf is a professor of law in the Faculty Applied Social Sciences at the Technical University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany.


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Roßkopf, R. (2021). Humanitäres Migrationsrecht [Humanitarian Migration Law]. In F. Wollenschläger, & S. Wollenschläger (Eds.), Handbuch des Ausländerrechts der Bundesrepublik Deutschland (2B, 2. Abschnitt, B. Schutzstatus nach Völker- und Unionsrecht, pp. 1-468). Luchterhand.

Roßkopf, R. (2022). Palestinian Refugees. Triggering the Inclusion Clause of the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. Quarterly on Refugee Problems 61(2), 189-212. https://doi.org/10.57947/qrp.v61i2.24




How to Cite

Roßkopf, R. (2023). Hamas Terror and War in Gaza: The Trigger for Palestine Refugees Has Been Pulled. Quarterly on Refugee Problems - AWR Bulletin, 62(4), 320–322. https://doi.org/10.57947/qrp.v62i4.117

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