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7 The prospects of a reconstitution of the map of pre-1948 Arab Palestine, which had become somewhat imaginary following the war, seemed 4 th M. , 47. 5 T. Goren, From Dependence to Integration, 1996, in Hebrew; Golan, see note 3; idem, see note 2; Khalidi, see note 2. E. Arzt, Refugees into Citizens: Palestinians and the End of the ArabIsraeli Conflict, 1997, ch. 2; D. Rubinstein, The Fig Tree Embrace, 1990, 9-54, in Hebrew; M. , 30-31. , 33-34; E. ; A. ; R. Khalidi, “The Palestinian Refugee Problem: A Possible Solution”, Palestine-Israel Journal 2 (1995), 72 et seq.
First, there are those without kinship ties. Their “home”-coming is subject to (1) the political push factor from the host country; (2) their legal status in the host country; (3) sociological and economic push factors from the host country; and (4) sociological and economic pull factors from Palestine/Israel. The second category comprises people who have access to social capital through kinship ties in these areas, who are influenced by the same push and pull factors, but who can also use their social capital to encourage and facilitate their return.
Positive Experience of Returnees Some lessons can be learned from the experience of “returnees” to the Palestinian territories during the Oslo period. This return took the form of a collective influx during two distinct periods, as opposed to an organised or planned individual return. 64 However, only 37,000 of those who had preserved their rights as per63 64 According to different Fafo surveys. See note 7. S. Hanafi, Entre deux mondes. Les hommes d’affaires palestiniens de la diaspora et la construction de l’entité palestinienne, 1997; ESCWA, Return Migration.