Tuesday, August 27, 2013

  • Tuesday, August 27, 2013
  • Elder of Ziyon
Yesterday was the conclusion of the "Conference on Supervisors of Palestinian Refugees Affairs in Arab Host Countries," held in Cairo.

It was the 90th such conference.

The conference, which was held at the Headquarters of the Arab League, discussed the condition of the Palestinian refugees, the financial crisis facing the UNRWA as well as recommendations of the previous conference.

The five-day conference was attended by representatives from Jordan, Lebanon, Egypt and Palestine, in addition to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation.
The conference concluded with a number of statements, calling for support of so-called "refugees" in Syria and Lebanon, calling to support UNRWA (which gets practically nothing from the countries at the conference,) and of course a litany of condemnations of Israel - including supposedly planning to build a synagogue on the Temple Mount, for supposedly ethnically cleansing Arabs from the north of Jerusalem (speaking here of Bedouin,)

From what I can tell, this conference is staged twice a year.

Isn't it great when Arab countries who, without exception, discriminate against Palestinian Arabs in refugee camps, come together to complain about how Israel is acting?

Even better is this photo that accompanies Al Ahram's coverage, subtitled "Palestinian Refugees":


Look at the tents.  They don't say UNRWA, but UNHCR. These aren't Palestinian Arabs (who have not been in tents for decades) but Iraqi refugees!




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