A century of Palestinian immigration into Central America: A study of their economic and cultural contributions. This book represents a first approach to a general study of the Palestinian immigration process to Central America. The author bases his research both on oral history and on all available information found in the national archives as well as in the secondary sources, concerning the Palestinians in the five traditional republics of Central America and Belize. Undoubtedly, this book is a pioneer work on the subject which sheds some light on a topic much neglected by scholars in the past. The author uses the most modern research techniques, methodologies and interpretations to reconstruct the history and the assimilation process of the Palestinian immigrants into these countries during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, covering their economic and cultural contributions, as well as the preservation of their cultural heritage.
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