The right of return is the right of all Palestinians expelled from their lands in Palestine in 1948 as a result of the Israeli occupation of Palestine and compensating them for the physical and psychological damage caused to them as a result of that occupation. The right of return is a Palestinian sacred right carried in the hearts of the Palestinians for seventy years now.
It is a legal right guaranteed by the international treaties, and therefore cannot be waived. International resolutions have affirmed the right of refugees to return to their homes under General Assembly Resolution 194, which has been confirmed by the United Nations more than 110.
The right of return is possible because 78% of the Jews live in 15% of the occupied territories of Palestine. And 22% live in the remaining land, which is confiscated Palestinian land. Most of the Jews live in cities, but only 2.7% of them live in the stolen Palestinian lands. These settlers live in the economically impoverished kibbutz communities and have been abandoned by many of its inhabitants. In other words, only 200,000 Jews take advantage of 17,325,0000 dunums, which is the legacy and heritage of Palestinian refugees who are denied return and is housed in refugee camps around the world.