September 21, 2011 /EIN Presswire/ — The United Nations refugee policy funds the teaching of terrorist ideals and practices within refugee camp schools. This claim is one of many veteran news reporter and commentator David Bedein, Director of the Israel Resource News Agency & The Center for Near East Policy Research, examines in his eye-opening new book, WHERE HAS ALL THE FLOUR GONE: WHIMS AND WASTE OF UN PALESTINIAN REFUGEE POLICY.
“Refugee” is generally thought to be the temporary status of a displaced person. However, many Palestinians are now permanently nationless, living in UN funded camps throughout the Middle East. Unlike all other refugees around the world, Palestinian refugees of the Arab-Israeli War of 1948 continue to live in UN camps for generations, where children are taught anti-Israeli beliefs in the schools and the killing of Jews is an honorable service to their community.
The camps are funded entirely by foreign government, mainly the United States and the European Union, raising one billion dollars annually. Considering these camps are run by many members of the UN who identify themselves as either refugees or as Hamas sympathizers, perpetuates the problem and leaves many to wonder whether real change is possible within this system. “When I first read the proposal, I knew this story needed to be told,” says Meghan Kilduff of Paperless Publishing.
Bedein is currently helping to prepare legislation to reform these policies in the US Congress, the Canadian Parliament, the European Parliament, and the Israeli Knesset Parliament, and will be addressing the UN on Friday, September 16, 2011. The book is currently on the Kindle and the Nook as well as other mobile device.