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The PA and the UN allow Hamas to facilitate a TV Station in in...

Almost every media outlet covered the Palestinian elections this week in terms of the rivalry between the Hamas Islamic terror organization and the Fateh, which is also defined by Israeli and American law as...

Where is UNRWA Going After the Withdrawal from Katif?

In early November, shortly after Israel had pulled out of Gaza, Israeli Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom met with UNRWA's new commissioner-general, Karen AbuZayd. Shalom suggested, during that meeting, that it might be time for...

Analysis: UNRWA Under Attack

For the last couple of years, UNRWA -- U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees -- has been repeatedly called upon to defend its mission. Established in 1948 and serving the humanitarian needs...

Canada urged to help resolve Palestinian refugee debate

Canada is uniquely positioned to change the terms of debate about Palestinian refugees and push for their resettlement, an Israeli researcher says. As the second-largest funder of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for...

Critics say: U.N. Agency’s Work Misleads Palestinians

November 11th, 2005 A 10-year-old boy maneuvers through a schoolyard in Jenin, a Palestinian refugee camp of about 15,000 - the largest in the West Bank. He has been told by family and friends that...

U.N. Agency Balks At Transferring Duties To Palestinians

A U.N. agency dedicated to the welfare of Palestinian Arabs is resisting Israel's suggestion that it hand over some of its responsibilities in Gaza to the Palestinian Authority. The idea was raised by Israel's foreign...

Israel Asks for UNRWA in Gaza to be absorbed by the PA

FM Shalom meets with new UNWRA commissioner (Communicated by the Foreign Minister's Bureau) 7th November 2005 Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Silvan Shalom yesterday (Sunday, 6 November) held his first meeting with United Nations Works and...

Alan Dershowitz’s View of Peace

Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz has written The Case for Peace (Wiley and Sons, NYC, 2005), soon to be translated into Hebrew, that is based on commonly held assumptions about the Middle East. The surprise...

Why does UNRWA exist?

(This article appeared as an oped in the Jerusalem Post of October 28th, 2005) As the United Nations celebrated its 60th anniversary this fall with a dramatic World Summit, supposedly sweeping reform proposals sought to...

Canada, The Middle East Peace Process, UNRWA and “Right of Return”

Canada plays a unique and almost unreported crucial role in the Middle East Peace Process - holding the gavel of the RWG, the "refugee working group", which oversees the work of UNRWA, the United...