During the President’s trip in Germany this week, the Palestinian Authority widely distributes their updated brochure promoting the “right of return” that is financed by the German government-funded Fredrich Ebert Foundation. The brochure justifies claim of the descendants of Arab refugees from 1948 to return to the Arab villages that existed before 1948 war, which would supplant most of the population of Israel.
The PA widely distributes this brochure during the week of the Nakba – May 15, the date when Arab armies which invaded Israel on May 15, 1948, resulting in their defeat and in 500,000 to 750,000 Arabs leaving during the Israel War of Independence.
Five million descendants of Arab refugees from 1948 are now registered in western-funded “temporary” UNRWA refugee facilities in Gaza, Jerusalem, Judea, Samaria, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon, living there under the premise and promise of the ‘right of return’ to Arab villages that existed before 1948.
This is what the brochure looks like:
Our agency warned about the previous edition of this German-funded brochure which was published ten years ago:
Will Israeli President Rivlin raise this issue during his visit to Germany?
Our agency forwarded that question to President Rivlin’s spokesman who accompanied him to Berlin during his visit. No response.