Living in limbo: Gazans in Jordan long for equality

Denied many of the rights afforded their West Bank brethren, Gazans in Jordan say they are still being neglected by the government, half a century after the 1967 war.
It’s seven in the morning, and 200 Palestinian children are standing in a circle on the roof of a kindergarten in Jordan’s Jerash refugee camp.
“I am Gaza!” they shout out, before raggedly attempting to follow the leaders’ pattern of claps, giggling as they fail.
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