Speaking at the refugee camp HQ, The Prince said he had been struck by the generosity of the Jordanian people.
Queen Raina of Jordan also spoke, calling the refugee crisis in Syria “a slap in the face of humanity.”
Even before this refugee crisis, Palestinians in Lebanon were not legally allowed to work in most professions.
Even more twisted: Noah briefly married an Iraqi refugee to keep her in the country after she claimed his father saved her family.
In fact Palestinians, gay or straight, are barred from even applying for refugee status in Israel.
Eagle was French, and professed to be a refugee, a person of interest to foreign monarchs.
An exile in London—“a refugee,” as it is termed—he scarce knew what to do.
He wound up by warning her that Greta was in London, disguised as a Belgian refugee.
"Nothing at all—a refugee is not supposed to have belongings," replied his wife.
Danby was impeached, and Shaftesbury, his rival, died a refugee in Holland.
1680s, from French refugié, noun use of past participle of refugier "to take shelter, protect," from Old French refuge (see refuge). First applied to French Huguenots who migrated after the revocation (1685) of the Edict of Nantes. The word meant "one seeking asylum," till 1914, when it evolved to mean "one fleeing home" (first applied in this sense to civilians in Flanders heading west to escape fighting in World War I). In Australian slang from World War II, reffo.