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"MODERATE" PALESTINIAN CHIEF MAHMOUD ABBAS RESPONSIBLE FOR THOUSANDS OF SYRIAN PALESTINIAN DEATHS - And the repeated Palestinian Authority refusal to assist Palestinians suffering from discrimination, war and famine in Arab countries,

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  • Although the media does not always refer to them as "Palestinians," thousands of victims of the Syrian war are refugees descendants of Arabs who fled Israel during genocidal Arab attacks against Israel. 
  • Unlike all other world refugees handled by UNHCR, Palestinian refugees come under the jurisdiction of UNRWA, and cannot hope for resettlement in other countries. 
  • They are condemned by the United Nations and Arab states to remain in squalid refugee camps indefinitely - or until Israel is destroyed. 
  • The different treatment for Palestinian refugees is reflected in the fact that a separate agency was created to deal with them alone, UNRWA - an agency that is corrupt, inefficient, and with proven links to terror. 
  • Not only that, but the UN changed the very definition of refugee just for Palestinians in order to include Arab migrant workers and their families who had lived on Jewish land for barely two years.
  • Palestinian refugees living in Arab countries do not enjoy the rights of Arabs with citizenship.  They are banned from working, and from many other activities that are considered basic in society. 
  • Palestinian refugees are a demographic and propaganda weapon pointed at Israel, and have been used for several generations already with total disregard to their human rights.
  • The abuse of their rights came to light during the siege by the Syrian government of the Palestinian camp of Yarmouk.  The Syrian government was tired of Palestinians uprising against his regime and laid siege to it. 
  • There have been deaths by starvation and disease in Yarmouk, and children have been particularly affected.  ISIS recently took over the area.
  • Mahmoud Abbas
    The "moderate" Palestinian Chief Mahmoud Abbas ruling over the Palestinian Authority (West Bank) was asked to assist his Palestinian brothers and sisters in Syria, but he refused because that would jeopardize their use as propaganda weapons against Israel.
  • Palestinian Authority  leaders have often made it clear that if they become an independent state,  they will not give citizenship to Palestinians living in camps in the PA, or allow the entrance of Palestinians now living in other Arab countries.
  • The reason is simple:  Those refugees are condemned to live lives of misery - generation after generation - waiting for the destruction of Israel.
(See references to the above items further on this page.) 

 Mahmoud Abbas is responsible for thousands of Syrian Palestinian deaths

The Action Group for Palestinians in Syria now count 2,771 Palestinians killed since the start of the Syrian civil war. 100 were killed in March alone.
Many of them could have been saved if it wasn't for the deep desire by Arabs to destroy Israel - and a conscious decision by "leader" Mahmoud Abbas.
Abbas told a group of Egyptian journalists in Cairo late Wednesday that Ban contacted Israel on his behalf. 
Abbas said Ban was told Israel "agreed to the return of those refugees to Gaza and the West Bank, but on condition that each refugee ... sign a statement that he doesn't have the right of return (to Israel)." 
"So we rejected that and said it's better they die in Syria than give up their right of return," Abbas told the group.
Continue reading, including article on the Palestinian refugee camp in Yarmouk, how it was taken over by ISIS, the beheading of Palestinians, and how they suffered from the Syrian government siege.

Abbas said this in Arabic, without any shame. Because his audience knows that the real purpose of the "right to return" is to destroy the Jewish state, and has nothing to do with "Palestinian rights."
Since the Yarmouk crisis escalated in recent weeks with ISIS taking over part of the camp, the Arab world and the media have shone a small spotlight on the area where so many Palestinian Arabs have been living.

But they won't say anything about how Abbas had the chance to save them, and probably still can.
The Action Group for Palestinians in Syria is an offshoot of the Palestinian Return Centre.
The major NGO dedicated to helping Palestinians subscribes to the same twisted, sickening philosophy that Mahmoud Abbas does - they only want to save them if they remain useful pawns to destroy Israel.
We have heard nothing negative about this outrageous statement by Mahmoud Abbas from Amnesty International, Oxfam or Human Rights Watch.  
In fact, those groups purposefully misinterpret international law to justify Abbas' contention that there is a legal "right to return" for Palestinians - and their own antipathy towards Israel ensure that they will not disagree with Abbas' perverted morality that it is better for Palestinians to die than to give up a "right" that is literally nonexistent and that was created for the sole purpose of destroying Israel.
(UN resolution 194 deliberately does not call it a "right" and the UN itself interpreted the resolution far more narrowly than Israel haters do today.)
It is scandalous that Mahmoud Abbas has not been called out for his despicable words that sealed the death sentence for thousands. And the silence from "human rights" organizations speaks volumes about their real desire to save lives when their pet Palestinians literally and explicitly prefer to see their people die.

This article originally appeared here:


If they can't blame Israel, why bother
United Nations ignores starvation of Palestinians by Syrian regime

New York Post, January 2014:  Palestinian refugees are being systematically starved to death and denied medical care and humanitarian relief. And yet the United Nations is totally silent: no protests, no condemnations, no resolutions.
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The following article appeared on this blog on September 14, 2014
  • They also refuse to give them citizenship in a future Palestinian State -
  • The conflict is not about a state but about destroying Israel one "peace" at the time.
  • As you can see, the conflict is not about the plight of the "Palestinians".   It is all about destroying Israel.   
The United States government and humanitarian organizations KNOW this.  But they continue with their absurd demands for Israel's partition as a "solution" to the problem - which in reality is the Muslim genocidal plan to wipe out Israel off the map - one 'peace' at the time.
There is already a Palestinian state. It's called Jordan.  But that's not enough for Arabs who already have 22 other states.
PA President Mahmoud Abbas has refused an offer by a senior Egyptian official to resettle “Palestinian refugees” in the Sinai, according to a report in the Middle East Monitor on Monday.
According to Abbas, the plan was first proposed in 1956 by Egypt, and was just put back on the table again, in an attempt to help resolve the Arab-Israel conflict.
arafat and abbas refugee advise
The idea was that the PA would receive a 618 square mile area adjacent to Gaza (the Gaza strip is 139 square miles) to resettle Arabs who claim refugee status. This would finally resolve the entire Palestinian refugee issue.
Abbas made it clear that he only wants to resettle refugees into Israel.
According to the report, Abbas proudly told the Fatah committee on Sunday that he refused the generous Egyptian offer to end the refugee problem. 
Abbas said he refused the offer to settle them in the almost empty Sinai, as the plan “is absolutely unacceptable and the Palestinians will not accept it”.  Abbas clearly prefers to instead take money from the EU and the US to perpetuate the conflict. 
Part of the PLO plan to eradicate Israel has always been founded on flooding Israel with “refugees”.
The refugees being referred to are primarily the 2nd and 3rd generation descendants of Arabs who were displaced from their homes when the Arab states attacked Israel in 1948. 
At the time, the invading Arabs states told the Arabs in Israel to flee, so the invading armies could then wipe out the Jews unhindered. Others Arabs fled, thinking Israel would take revenge on them for what they did to the Jews over the years.
Most of these current “refugees”, and their parents, were born in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and other Arab countries. 
UNRWA (remember them?) has perpetuated these people as refugees instead of rehabilitating them in their birth countries, where in fact many of their grandparents and great grandparents also originated from before migrating into Israel looking for work, once the Jews began to rebuild the country’s economy. 
No other UN agency passes on refugee status to descendants like UNRWA does.
During the post 1948 period, an equivalent number of Jews were also forced to flee the Arab countries they had called home for thousands of years, long before Islam came on the scene.
Many of those Jews moved to Israel, where they were fully integrated as Israeli citizens. These Jewish refugees and their descendants have not yet received financial compensation from the Arab countries they were forced to flee from.
In the early 1970s, Israel attempted to build modern housing projects to improve the living conditions of Arab refugee through resettlement and economic development. This plan was rejected by the Arab as they claimed that socio-economic solutions cannot solve the Palestinian problem.
For the Palestinian Authority, the refugee issue is a time bomb to be used to extend the conflict until they win. (See further reports and maps.) 
Cartoon Asher Schwartz
Abbas brags about how little he cares for Palestinian "refugees"
From EoZ blog:
Speaking to a gathering of his Fatah party in Ramallah Sunday, Abbas said that an unnamed senior Egyptian official recently approached him and suggested settling Palestinians in an area 1,600 square kilometers (618 square miles) large adjacent to Gaza, reviving an idea originally proposed by former Israeli national security adviser Giora Eiland.
 The Palestinian leader noted that the idea was first proposed to the Egyptian government in 1956, but was furiously rejected by Palestinian leaders such as PLO militant Muhammad Youssef Al-Najjar and poet Muin Bseiso who “understood the danger of this.”
“Now this is being proposed once again. A senior leader in Egypt said: ‘a refuge must be found for the Palestinians and we have all this open land.’ This was said to me personally. But it’s illogical for the problem to be solved at Egypt’s expense. We won’t have it,” Abbas said.
1600 square kilometers is over four times the size of the Gaza Strip today, perhaps the annexed part would look like something like the map further below.
I have no idea if any Egyptian official really floated this idea to Abbas. Countries generally don't offer their land for free (with the glaring exception of Israel,) even if that land has a major terrorist problem.
But the important part of the story isn't whether the offer is real or fictional. The important part is that Abbas is bragging about rejecting a solution to the "refugee" problem.
Which proves that Abbas doesn't care about the "refugees" but only about destroying Israel.
When the PLO talks about the fictional "right of return" the West usually scoffs and says that they aren't being serious and that they really want a two-state solution. But the idea of flooding Israel with Arabs and making it into another Arab state is the keystone of Fatah's plan to destroy Israel in stages, and it has never changed.
We've seen PLO officials say that any "refugees" that come from Arab countries to "Palestine" would not become citizens.  We've seen Abbas reject saving the lives of Syrian Palestinians unless they keep their "right" to move to Israel.  We've seen Abbas insist that Lebanese Palestinians must not become citizens of the country they were born in, but must remain stateless instead.
And now Abbas is bragging about rejecting free land to house these poor, stateless "refugees." (Without consulting them, of course.)
Abbas' position is clear: The "refugees" only exist in order to ultimately destroy Israel. They must remain stateless and miserable or else they are useless to him. Actually helping the "refugees" is his lowest priority; cynically using them for political ends is his highest priority.
The point of a Palestinian Arab state is not to alleviate the suffering of stateless Palestinians. If it was, Abbas would embrace all of these plans - to naturalize them in Arab countries if they want, to bring them in to areas under his control to be protected, and certainly to provide them with land he doesn't have so they have room to live.
Yet Abbas consistently chooses to increase the misery of the people he supposedly leads rather than help them.
Mahmoud Abbas' position is clear: any solution to the so-called "refugee' problem must come at the expense of Israel. The Palestinian Arab leadership priorities have not changed in the slightest since Yasir Arafat founded Fatah in the 1950s: destroying Israel is far, far more important than helping Palestinian Arabs, the everlasting pawns of  the Middle East.
In their own words.
In an interview with the Lebanese The Daily Star, the Palestinian Ambassador to Lebanon, Abdullah Abdullah, said Palestinian refugees would NOT become citizens of any new Palestinian State
"They are Palestinians, that's their identity. But they are not automatically citizens. Even Palestinian who are living in refugee camps inside the Palestinian state are still refugees. They will not be considered citizens." They would not even get passports. A state is not the end of the conflict or a solution. A state is only a new framework that will change the rules of the game, he said.  

Read more:
The interview with The Daily Star of Lebanon:


Israel (tiny red sliver of land) and Arab countries (in green)

The following article appeared on this blog on April 4, 2015:

Palestinians beheaded in Syria.
Population has suffered months of siege and starvation. 

Key points
  • ISIS jihadis entered the Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk through the nearby Hajar Aswad neighborhood
  • Al Qaeda-linked rebels reportedly opened a closed road for ISIS militants
  • Once inside extremists battled a Palestinian group who run the camp
  • ISIS now controls 90% of Yarmouk 
  • Jordan blocked the only Yarmouk exit, thereby leaving Palestinians to their fate 

  • There have been reports of beheadings of Palestinians by ISIS
  • ISIS are Sunni, Palestinians are split between Shia and Sunni. 
  • Shia Palestinians are considered infidels by ISIS, and subject to beheading.
  • The UNRWA-run refugee camp has been under Syrian government siege for nearly two years.
  • The siege led to widespread starvation. Many died of hunger.
  • The Yarmouk Camp is a 0.8sq.mi. district of Damascus populated by more than 112,000 Palestinian refugees, who have been cut off from any foreign help during the Syrian insurrection.
  • The UN runs Yarmouk and all other Palestinian refugee camps in the Middle East.
  • Decades ago the UN separated Palestinian refugees from all other world refugees and created UNRWA, an agency specifically tasked to keep several generations of Palestinians in camps INDEFINITELY.
  • The United Nations and the Arab world have been using Palestinian refugees and their descendants as tools against Israel, and forcing them to endure miserable lives and discrimination by their Arab host countries, with no hope of a new life elsewhere, until they destroy the state of Israel.
  • The Palestinian refugee problem originated with genocidal Arab wars that intended to massacre Israelis.
  • They told Arabs to flee so that the invading armies could more easily massacre Israelis.
  • Israeli PM Netanyahu has predicted that any Jewish territory ceded to Palestinians will fall into the hands of extremists, such as ISIS, Al Qaeda, Hamas or a myriad of other jihadist groups.  Gaza is already in the clutches of Hamas.  The new Palestinian state would self-destruct in bloody savagery.
  • If it were not for Israel's limited control of the area, the West Bank would have fallen into the hands of jihadists long ago.   There is already an ISIS presence in the West Bank and in Gaza.  GIVE THEM A STATE?
  • UPDATE April 5:  Some 400 families have been evacuated from ISIS-controlled Yarmouk.  (Read details further on this page.)
  • UPDATE April 6:  100 Palestinians have been killed or kidnapped by ISIS, while pro-Iran Hamas fighters swear revenge.  (See latest pictures of ISIS roaming through the Palestinian camp.)

    Jihadis: ISIS militants (pictured) entered the Yarmouk camp as Jordan closed its only functioning border crossing with the country following heavy clashes on the Syrian side between rebels and government forces
    ISIS enters Yarmouk 
    The London-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) watchdog group said the Islamist militants have taken over 90% of Yarmouk, on the southern edge of the Syrian capital.
     Cartoon -
    ISIS entered the Yarmouk camp as Jordan closed its only functioning border crossing with the country following heavy clashes on the Syrian side between rebels and government forces.
    Continue reading and see more images and links to background information and map of Syria showing Yarmouk.
    The militants, who already control large swaths of territory in northern Syria, reportedly entered the camp from the nearby Hajar Aswad neighborhood in southern Damascus in a coordinated attack with their rivals in the Al Qaeda-affiliated Nusra Front.
    The Financial Times cited activists who said that the jihadi group may succeed in cementing a foothold in the Syrian capital, thus increasing pressure on President Bashar al-Assad.
    Map  -  New York Times

    ISIS supporters have reportedly posted pictures of fighters beheaded by the jihadi group during the battle.
    “Reports of kidnappings, beheadings and mass killings are coming out from Al-Yarmouk,” said Saeb Erekat, an member of the Palestinian Liberation Organisation’s executive committee, Saturday evening. “The priority must be to save the Palestinian refugees in the camp by creating a safe passage for them out of the death trap that Al-Yarmouk has become.”
    He called on the UN, the International Committee for the Red Crescent (ICRC) and the Syrian government to help evacuate civilians.
    The main group fighting ISIS inside the camp is Aknaf Beit al-Makdis, an offshoot of Hamas. Two opposition sources told the Financial Times the Syrian army had allowed a Palestinian militia allied to Assad's forces to send weapons to the Hamas offshoot fighting in Yarmouk.
    The UN says around 18,000 civilians, including a large number of children, are trapped in Yarmouk. 
    The camp has been under government siege for nearly two years, leading to starvation and illnesses caused by lack of medical aid. 
    The camp has also witnessed several rounds of ferocious and deadly fighting between government forces and militants.
    Most of the camp's estimated 160,000 inhabitants fled in late 2012 as clashes erupted between pro- and anti-Assad Palestinian gunmen.
    The majority of those who left fled to overcrowded and destitute Palestinian refugee camps in neighboring Lebanon. Only the poorest remained behind.
    Lebanon's state-run National News Agency said six Lebanese truck drivers who were held by militants after they captured the Nasib border crossing point with Jordan have returned safely to Lebanon.
    The agency reported on Friday that 10 drivers were held by militants. The fate of the four others remains unknown. 
    Residents of the Palestinian-run Yarmouk camp are seen queuing to receive food supplies last year
    Palestinians waiting to receive food supplies last year, as the Syrian civil war worsened and Assad blockaded Yarmouk, resulting in famine.
    “It’s an extremely rare thing for the government to do anything even remotely co-operating with the opposition,” said one activist. “That shows you how desperate the regime is to stop ISIS from having gateway right to heart of the capital for car bombs or whatever other atrocities.”
     Killers: Islamic State militants are seen storming the Yarmouk camp in Damascus last week
    ISIS fighters during their takeover of Yarmouk last week.
    Roaming the streets: ISIS stormed the camp last Wednesday, marking the terrorist's deepest foray yet into Damascus - the Syrian capital and base of President Assad's government
    ISIS fighters roaming the streets of Yarmouk
    Savages: ISIS militants (pictured) stormed the Yarmouk camp in south Damascus last Wednesday. 100 civilians were either killed or kidnapped by the jihadis in the subsequent days
    Victorious ISIS fighters now control almost all of Yarmouk.
    If ISIS manage to gain full control of Yarmouk, the jihadis can potentially use the camp as a base from which to threaten the heart of the capital as possibly challenge Assad himself.
    International Business Times explained that Yarmouk has been the scene of a fierce three-way fight since ISIS entered it last week

    Saviours: Staff from the UN agency for Palestinian refugees UNRWA has resumed distribution of desperately needed food and medicine
    UNRWA runs Palestinian refugee camps, feeds them, indoctrinates them,
    and keeps them stuck in camps and in a state of dependency, with no hope for relocation and a new life elsewhere, like other refugees handled by UNHCR.
    The Sunni ISIS group struck an alliance with rival jihadi group Jabhat al-Nusra, to wrest control Yarmouk from the rebels loyal to Hamas, which had been fighting against regime troops.
    U.N relief workers with blue helmets and vests stand next of residents of the Yarmouk camp one year ago
    UN workers in blue helmets a year ago.  The UN created UNRWA specifically to deal with Palestinian refugees.  It is a deeply corrupt organization staffed by militants of Hamas, that has indoctrinated generations of Palestinians to hate Israel and the Jews, and to prepare to destroy the State of Israel - all funded by US and EU taxpayers.
    Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIS “were able to take control on 90% of the Yarmouk camp after violent clashes against Aktaf Bait al-Maqdis and Islamic battalions," SOHR reported, adding that two men from the latter group were beheaded by ISIS.
    "Five soldiers in regime forces were killed after clashes against Islamic battalions in the camp," SOHR added, reporting also bombardments by regime forces in the area.
    The UN expressed concern about the situation in the refugee camp which was once home to between 100,000 and 150,000 Palestinians and Syrians, and now holds only about 18,000.
    Helping hands: Sick and starving Palestinian residents hope to get a spot on ambulances provided by UNRWA
    Several generations of Palestinian refugees and their descendants in Yarmouk, Syria.  Starving and suffering as involuntary UN tools for the destruction of Israel.  Photo from before the ISIS invasion.
    "The situation in Yarmouk is an affront to the humanity of all of us, a source of universal shame," UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) spokesman Chris Gunness told Reuters.
    "Yarmouk is a test, a challenge for the international community. We must not fail. The credibility of the international system itself is at stake".
    No aid: Following months of starvation and battle, Palestinian residents wait for a United Nations aid ambulance in Yarmouk, Damascus
    Photo taken during the starvation period under Assad.  Now ISIS has arrived. 
    With reports from:

     UPDATE  Some Palestinians evacuated from Yarmouk
    April 5, 2015 - Around 2,000 people have been evacuated from the Yarmouk Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus after the Islamic State (aka ISIS) group seized large parts of it, a Palestinian official told AFP Sunday.  “Around 400 families, approximately 2,000 people, were able to leave the camp on Friday and Saturday via two secure roads to the Zahira district, which is under army control," said Anwar Abdul Hadi, a PLO official.  Among the deaths in the fighting were at least two Palestinian fighters reportedly beheaded by ISIS, said the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights and jihadist social media accounts.
    UPDATE  ISIS now controls 90% of the camp
    April 6, 2015 - 100 Palestinians have been either killed or kidnapped by ISIS. 
    Two Hamas fighters were beheaded.  Hamas has sworn revenge.
    For up-to-date news on the Palestinians,
    read Khaled Abu Toameh's Tweets. 
    He is an award-winning Israeli-Arab journalist.
    Or read his columns on the Gatestone Institute website
    Abbas Paving the Way to Turn West Bank into an Islamist State -
    By Khaled Abu Toameh
    Abbas has chosen to align himself with Hamas and Islamic Jihad, thus facilitating these two organizations' dreams of taking over the West Bank. These two radical groups seek to destroy Israel and are opposed to any peace process in the Middle East.  These threats are primarily aimed at getting the international community into providing the Palestinian Authority with more financial and political support.
    Abbas's rapprochement with Hamas and Islamic Jihad will only confirm the fears of many Israelis that the West Bank will fall onto the hands of Islamists once Israel withdraws from that area.  The two-state solution started the day Hamas kicked Abbas out of the Gaza Strip and turned it into an Islamist emirate. In the end, the Palestinians got two states that are even at war with each other.
    March 9, 2015:  Israeli PM Netanyahu says ISIS would devour the new Palestinian state.  Israel cannot help create that.   The Two State "Solution" would not only end Israel it would mean the enslavement of the Palestinian Arabs themselves.
    Read more
    The insanity of creating a Muslim terror state in ancient Jewish land that would destabilize and bring mayhem to the whole region
    Photo:  ISIS flags in the West Bank
    Read more
    February 2014 - Reports of mass starvation at Palestinian refugee camp of Yarmouk
    UNRWA - The Palestinians' worst enemy
    UNRWA is not there to settle the refugees, it is there not to settle the refugees. The UN now counts as "refugees" entire generations, furious that their ancestors started a war that they then lost, and are now asking to be rewarded diplomatically with what they were unable to seize militarily.

    Since its establishment, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency [UNRWA] has received billions in international aid, including more than $4 billion dollars of US taxpayers' money. While UNRWA's mission is to "relieve" and "support" the Palestinians, it has been doing exactly the opposite.
    It has been keeping Palestinians in pens as refugees and obstructing them from integrating and from normalizing their lives, all while UNRWA seems to be funnelling international aid money to whitewashing the terrorist organization Hamas.
    Read more
    The anti-semitism underlying UNRWA-USA fundraising
    February 9, 2015 - Most fundraising concentrates on the lower populations inside Israel and in Gaza.  If you look at the American Friends of UNRWA fundraising site, however, you find that there is a hugely disproportionate effort meant to appeal to help less than half the people in the chart.
    UNRWA-USA does not have any specific appeals for Lebanese UNRWA aid recipients, even though the situation in Lebanese camps is far, far worse than they are on the West Bank. UNRWA-USA does not appeal for any funds for the 2.1 million Jordanians receiving aid, including those who are not Jordanian citizens who are even further discriminated against by Jordan.
    Here is a chart of the keyword tags in UNRWA-USA articles that are region-specific:
    Demolition Watch (WB)8
    Settler Violence (WB)10
    Gaza Solidarity 5K11
    West Bank17
    In other words, UNRWA-USA spends at least 83% of its fundraising effort in region-specific appeals to areas whose problems can be blamed on Israel and on Jews,  even though only 40% of UNRWA aid recipients actually live in those areas.
    No more than  0.2% of all Palestinian "refugees" receiving UNRWA aid live in Area C of the West Bank, where those evil "settlers" live, yet UNRWA-USA expends more effort appealing for funds to help the tiny number allegedly affected by "settler violence" than for the millions of aid recipients in Jordan and Lebanon combined.
    This means that whether they mean to or not, UNRWA-USA is using latent antisemitism as a fundraising gimmick - and also fueling that same antisemitism by implying that Palestinians who can blame their plight on Jews are somehow more worthy of aid than those whose lives are made hell by their fellow Arabs.
    Which further means that UNRWA-USA cares more about demonizing Jews and Israelis than about objectively helping the people who need the most help.
    Read article in full
    UNRWA textbooks explosively anti-Semitic, anti-American, anti-Israel
    The textbooks used to educate Palestinian children who live in refugee camps came under fire at a briefing on Wednesday on Capitol Hill where experts said lessons of intolerance and hatred toward Jews and Israel fill the books’ pages.
    Rep. Chris Smith (R-N.J.), chairman of the House subcommittee on Human Rights and co-chairman of the Bi-Partisan Coalition for Combating Anti-Semitism, told that U.S. donations to the United Nations Refugee and Works Agency (UNRWA) make the federal government accountable for what is in the books.
    Read more
    Investigative journalist David Bedein has done extensive research on UNRWA
    He has exposed the anti-Semitic nature of UNRWA textbooks, UNRWA jihad camps for children, and that organization's deep corruption - all funded by the USA
    Here is his archive
    Documentary:  Children's army of Hamas
    A new 11-minute documentary depicting senior Hamas figures brazenly discussing the training of child soldiers and exalting suicide bombers at military-style youth camps was presented as evidence at a United Nations Forum held in Geneva.
    UNITED NATIONS THE LEADING PURVEYOR OF ANTI-SEMITISM IN THE WORLD - Scholar and human rights advocate Anne Bayefsky accuses UN of inciting hatred against Jews with its unremitting campaign against Israel - LINK TO VIDEO
    Read more
    Palestinian refugees - History and overview
    Palestinian nationalism is steeped in Nazi ideology
    Their participation in the Holocaust and the coverup
    Their current genocidal ideology, sustained by ongoing racist indoctrination by UNRWA schools and Palestinian media.

     Read more about ignored or covered up issues in the Muslim-Jewish conflict

    Mizrahi Nation 
    The forgotten refugees - A million Jews forced to leave Arab lands to save their lives
    More than half of Israeli Jews have deep roots in the Middle East and a million of them arrived as refugees from persecution and violence in Arab countries
    The Myth of the Palestinian People
    Many of the so-called Palestinians are descendants of Muslim invaders.  Many others are descendants of Arabs who came to the land of Israel during the Mandate looking for jobs when Jewish pioneers started draining the swamps, and making the desert bloom.  Those living in the Palestinian Authority used to have Jordanian nationality.  Those in Gaza were Egyptians.

    VIDEO - Inventing the Palestinian People
    The origin of the Arabs in Israel

    Link to the article on Yarmouk Palestinians

     MUSLIM COLONISTS and Palestinian Arabs' identity theft - The truth about the Arab claim to Jewish land
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