Statistics released on Tuesday by the Center for Studies and Public Opinion at al-Aqsa University in Gaza revealed that 82% of Palestinians have sufficient knowledge of the right of return.
According to the survey, 98% of the refugees refuse to give up their right of return, 72% have sufficient information about their towns and villages from which their families were displaced in 1948, and 91% have a firm belief in the possibility of return.
The statistics underlined that 92.5% of the refugees surveyed affirmed that enforcing the UN resolutions on the Palestinian refugees issue will help them return, while 72% are not optimistic about achieving return through the UN resolutions.
About 55.4% of the refugees said that resistance is the best way to achieve return while 22% said that resistance should also be accompanied by political negotiations.
Based on the results of the survey, 98% of the refugees do not accept the resettlement of Palestinian refugees in the diaspora, 63% see that international courts are able to force Israel to abide by the UN resolutions on the right of return, and 37% believe they are not.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip launched on 30th March, which marks the Palestinian Land Day, a protest movement called the Great March of Return that will continue on a daily basis along Gaza borders until 15th May to demand their right of return and pressure Israel to lift the decade-long blockade imposed on the coastal enclave.