Monday, January 22, 2018

Refugee Definition Promotes Conflict

http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2012/06/01/refugee-definition-promotes-conflict-palestinians/ The Washington Free Beacon’s Adam Kredo has been doing yeoman’s work covering Senator Mark Kirk’s efforts to force the State Department to define Palestinian refugees in the same manner that the international community defines...

Exaggerating the Refugee Problem

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2012/05/29/exaggerating-the-refugee-problem.html The situation in the Middle East is complicated enough without inflammatory oversimplifications. Lara Friedman’s post “Legislating the Refugee Problem,” should be called “Exaggerating the Refugee Problem.” Unfortunately, supposedly pro-Palestinian discourse is rife with such...

BLUNDER DOWN UNDER: WHY DID AUSTRALIA UP ITS DONATION UNRWA BY 450%?

The May 28th 2012decision of the Australian government to increase its allocation to the United Nations Relief and Works agency, UNRWA, the agency that serves Palestinian Refugees and their descendants - by 450% -...

JLTV to show American premiere of documentary on controversial United Nations refugee organization on...

Contact: David Bedein Cell: (215) 240-4919 Email: ctrforneareastpolicyresearch@gmail.com JLTV will premiere a stunning new documentary that portrays the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) as an organization dedicated to inciting Palestinian militancy through its educational curriculum...

Eternal Palestinian refugees

As Palestinians seek recognition as a state from the UN this week, many wonder what impact such a move might have on the 4.6 million Palestinians who are refugees from the 1948 Israel War...
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Video Exposes UNRWA ‘Right of Return’ Summer Camp

  UNRWA in Refugee Camp Flash 90 Over the past few months, UNRWA has vehemently attacked David Bedein and his Center for Near East Policy Research on the Arutz Sheva news site with vigorous denials that UNRWA...

The Palestinian Proletariat

British Prime Minister David Cameron recently called Gaza a “prison camp.” Former President Jimmy Carter has called it a “cage.” At first glance, these characterizations of the Hamas-ruled ­province seem like rhetorical excesses designed...