Tuesday, March 03, 2020

  • Tuesday, March 03, 2020
  • Elder of Ziyon
A number of columnists and tweeters are upset that Bibi Netanyahu said, via satellite at the AIPAC conference, that Palestinians are “the pampered children of the international community.”

But by any measure, that is an accurate statement.

Every few years I look at the top recipients of international aid per capita. The total amount of aid per capita from 2000-2017 looks like this:

But what about recently?

The latest numbers I have, from 2017, show that "Palestine" still gets more aid per capita than any other nation - and every other nation on the list is more deserving of aid than "Palestine:"


Things might change in 2019 after the US stopped direct aid to the PA and UNRWA, but maybe not.

However, according to all available statistics, Palestinians are indeed pampered, pretending to be more needy than nations that are far more deserving of humanitarian aid.

UPDATE: Adin found a really nice chart of the same issue:






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