Groups in Israel Islamic Fatah and Terror Group Hamas, are in deep collaboration with UNWRA to perpetuate the fraud of Palestinian refugeehood
1-9-19, Canada Free Press -- The United Nations group United Nations Relief and Works Agency [aka UNWRA] is an anti-Semitic obscenity because it perpetuates the Islamic Palestinian conflict against the Jewish State of Israel. It has no intention of reforming itself to operate as other refugee agencies do, to reduce their number of refugees, and to address the fraud of Palestinian refugee status.
Through UNWRA, the Palestinians have received 25 times more aid per capita than did the whole of Europe to rebuild their shattered countries after World War II and yet, many decades later, Palestinians still use the victimhood card of poverty and statelessness, even though massive funding flows through the hands of the Palestinian Authority and Hamas.
UNWRA is the only UN refugee agency dedicated to a single group of people - the Muslims [aka Palestinians] in Israel
They do not solve the refugee problem. They inflate it; it's an obscenity. Another obscenity is that 40% of the ‘refugee’ recipients are not refugees at all, having been given citizenship in Jordan. Syria, and Lebanon. Yet their numbers still appear in the UNWRA and Palestinian Authority ledgers. A fraud and a political obscenity. Saudi Arabia was the only Muslim country in the top ten international donor countries. All the rest were United States, EU, Japan, and European nations. Apart from the Saudis, the Islamic world nowhere to be seen, despite their pro-Palestinian rhetoric. More here
U.S. and Israel Quit U.N. Cultural Agency UNESCO
1-1-19, Time.com -- The United States and Israel have officially quit the U.N.'s educational, scientific and cultural agency, accusing it of bias. The U.S. and Israel Have Quit the U.N.'s Cultural Agency UNESCO ...
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