The UN kept and prolongs a «Palestinian refugee problem»

Without UN funding, the issue of Palestinian refugees would have gone away a long time ago.

Prof. Nitza Nachmias claims the Arabs created their own refugee problem.

This is a statement by Prof. Nitza Nachmias of the Jewish-Arab Center in Haifa University. She says that it wasn’t for UNRWA and its half-billion dollar annual budget, the Palestinian refugee problem would have been solved long ago.

There is no such thing as Palestinian refugees. If people would stop calling the places in which they live ‘refugee camps,’ then they would see that these places are just like villages and towns anywhere else, and the inhabitants are totally rehabilitated, Nachmias told Arutz Sheva’s Shimon Cohen on Sunday.

She continued:
«Refugee camps are like the maabarot [in which Israel housed its hundreds of thousands of new immigrants from North Africa and elsewhere] in the 1950’s or the camps now in Haiti – not the villages with streets and stone houses in what is known as Palestinian refugee camps of today».

«They are rehabilitated better than refugees who are not supported by UNRWA», Nachmias said. «Practically, factually and legally, there is no such thing as ‘Palestinian refugees.’ … Refugee camps are a fiction, and most of those who claim to be refugees have already been integrated into other countries».

Prof. Nachmias, a senior researcher at the Jewish-Arab Center who also teaches in Asheklon College and the University of Maryland, feels that Israel has taken the wrong approach in dealing with this issue:

«We can’t simply push it off to the ‘final status talks’ and say, -We don’t accept the demand for the right-of-return because it will destroy the Jewish character of our state-

What do they care about our Jewish character?

If they deserve to be here, then it’s tough luck on us! Rather, Israel should take a pro-active approach, basing itself on international law and precedents, and declare that the Palestinian refugee issue no longer exists. They are no longer refugees». ”

Rules for Palestinians are Different?

«According to international law,” Nachmias explains, “a refugee is an individual or family that was forced to run away – but this definition does not extend to children [of the original refugees], a community or a group. The only exception to this rule is the Palestinians, for whom the international laws are apparently different»

If it wasn’t for UNRWA, Nachmias indicates, the issue of Palestinian refugees would have gone away a long time ago:

A lucky Islamic soldier. Fed by United Nations, and kept in camps as a tool used by Islam to target Israel.

«UNRWA is [no longer] a welfare agency, but rather an international employment agency for the Palestinians. UNRWA has 30,000 Palestinian employees, with 100 international experts at the helm. It is the biggest employer of Palestinians, and has an annual budget of a half-billion dollars. I discovered documents of pension funds of over a billion dollars a year, managed by brokers in Switzerland. All this for what is defined as a ‘welfare agency’ whose mandate is renewed every three years».

Source: IsraelNN.com

My comment:

Why is there no Jewish refugees today?

What happened to 800.000 Jews who were forced to leave Arab countries and Persia?

The answer is simple. The state of Israel absorbed them, and gave them citizenship, along with two million Muslims that refused to flee the war zone because of Arabic pressure.

What happened to the Muslims that declined David Ben Gurion`s offer to stay behind in Israel?

What happened to the Arabs who were told by Arabs that they would return to a new Arab nation, as soon as the Jewish Zionist state was defeated?

These Arab Muslims left Israel, lost the war, and ended up in so-called «Palestinian refugee camps». Fooled by their own Arab brethren, They were all quickly denied citizenship in 21 Arabic nations. The truth is that Arabs made their own Muslim brethren «eternal refugees», to be used as a political tool in the never ending bid to destroy the winner, the Jewish state.

First published: 09.02.2010.

Written by Ivar

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