Israel: UNRWA Fuels “Fiction” of Palestinian “Right of Return”


unrwaIsraeli envoy Ron Prosor told the UN on Monday: “No one will admit that the real obstacle [to peace] is the so-called “claim to return.'”

The right of return, he said, is actually a euphemism for the destruction of Israel. It would “flood Israel with millions of refugees, and drown the Jewish state by sheer numbers.”

He noted that UNRWA has “perpetuated the [Palestinian refugee] problem instead of solving it,” adding that “85% of UNRWA’s funding comes from North American and Western European countries.”

The Palestinian government doesn’t take responsibility for its people, he said, because UNRWA’s services are already taking care of them.

{ Israel News Bureau}


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    Without a constitution, the middle east vicinity can still spill the privilege of pain versus higher suffering.

    A victory for Israel will be with the pen and the eye of better living.