Where are the biggest refugee camps?

The biggest refugee camps are the ones created by the Palestinian leadership found throughout the Middle East to create pressure on the state of Israel. These camps can be found primarily in Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, the West Bank and Gaza.
While facts indicate that equal amounts of Arabs and Jews became refugees in 1948 and 1949, there is not a single refugee camp remaining for Jews who were thrown out of the Arab lands.

The main reason is that Israel resettled the Jewish refugees within a decade providing citizenship, housing and opportunities to create better lives. The Arab world saw no reason to solve the Arab refugee problem and thus a 4th generation are being used as pawns in an ongoing political escapade.