The parliament in Lebanon has just tweaked the laws so that the legal status of descendants of Palestinians in Lebanon has improved from outrageous to slightly less outrageous. The people we're talking about were born in Lebanon; the youngest among them are probably 4th-generation natives.There are no Palestinians under Israeli occupation (which means, in the West Bank) whose legal status is remotely as bad as of these hundreds of thousands of people.
Coincidentally, Elder of Zion has a story about the unfortunate legal status of the Palestinians in Egypt. I admit I hadn't been aware there even were any of them, but apparently there are, about 50,000 people, who have been there for decades but don't enjoy citizenship or many of its advantages. Elder has a second link to the matter, here.
Meanwhile, back under the brutal Israeli occupation, as it's often referred to, the Palestinians are busy building their state. Two of them, even. Of course, they aren't the kind of state any of you would wish to live in, but no, Israel actually isn't to blame. Certainly not in Gaza, where there's no Israeli governing authority at all, but also not on the West Bank, where the Israeli presence doesn't interfere with how the Palestinians rule themselves. Even The Economist doesn't manage to find a way to blame Israel.