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Effect
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THIS TOPIC IS DIVIDED INTO TWO PARTS


Part 1  MODERN HISTORY OF ISRAEL

Part 2  JEWISH EXILES FROM ARAB COUNTRIES and

PALESTINIAN REFUGEES


WHAT IS MEANT BY A ‘PALESTINIAN REFUGEE’?


THERE IS NO INTERNATIONAL DEFINITION OF A ‘PALESTINIAN REFUGEE’.  
ITS MEANING IS DEFINED BY UNWRA.  
THIS DIFFERS FROM HOW IT IS USED BY OTHERS, FOR EXAMPLE BY UNHCR.


The UNWRA hereditary definition explains why the Palestinians Refugees
are the only refugee group to expand.  Estimates of this growth varies.  
A common one is from about 700,000 to over 5,000,000.  
All other refugee groups become smaller until they vanish.


From the 1940’s Jewish communities were exiled, fled or left Arab countries. They were quickly resettled. No contributions for help with resettlement were requested from other governments. No reparations for their losses were received by them.  

The past 70 years have seen unsuccessful negotiations between Israel and the Palestinians for regional peace.  

No ‘Palestinian Refugee Problem’ would exist had Arab countries followed the same path as Jews leaving Arab countries – absorption as citizens – in the Arab country where they settled.  The Arab League decided they should not be absorbed but be used as a political weapon against Israel.  

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Refugee law is the branch of international law which deals with the rights and protection of refugees. There are differences of opinion among international law scholars as to the relationship between refugee law and international human rights law or humanitarian law. The discussion forms part of a larger discussion on fragmentation of international law.[1] While some scholars conceive each branch as a self-contained regime distinct from other branches, others regard the three branches as forming a larger normative system that seeks to protect the rights of all human beings at all time. The proponents of the latter conception view this holistic regime as including norms only applicable to certain situations such as armed conflict and military occupation (IHL) or to certain groups of people including refugees (refugee law), children (the Convention on the Rights of the Child), and prisoners of war (the 1949 Geneva Convention III).[2]

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JEWISH UNWRA - JEWISH AID FOR JEWISH REFUGEES FROM ARAB COUNTRIES
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The US decision to withdraw its support for UNRWA raises the possibility that other countries will follow suit, and this organization will come to its end. These circumstances call for a retrospective look at the period of UNRWA’s establishment. As so happens, alongside UNRWA, which was intended to help rehabilitate the Palestinian refugees after the war, the United States transferred funds for a parallel project to aid Jewish refugees from Arab countries.

This chapter of Israel’s history is forgotten for a simple reason – it succeeded. Hundreds of thousands of Jewish refugees from Arab countries were assimilated into Israel. In contrast, hundreds of thousands of Palestinian refugees were rejected by the countries that were supposed to absorb them, in a cynical move designed to perpetuate the Arab-Israeli conflict in conditions where other conflicts have long since been resolved.

……………………    The UNRWA monster has become a petri dish in which anomalies have multiplied as far as the treatment of refugees goes: Palestinian refugee status is inherited, UNRWA itself is not working to rehabilitate the refugees but only involved in humanitarian aid, and a large majority of its workers are Palestinians themselves. UNRWA has become a decisive factor in perpetuating the Arab-Israeli conflict, rather than in solving it.

In April 2008, a month before Israel’s 60th Independence Day, there were first signs of an American awakening: in the face of the “unquestionable rights” of the Palestinians, Congress decided to grant identical rights to the Jewish refugees who fled Arab countries. Congress instructed the president to determine that the rehabilitation of the refugees in their places is the way to solve the problem of the conflict in the Middle East, and the “refugees” refers to people who fled all Middle Eastern countries during the 1948 war.

The Trump administration’s decision to cease funding for UNRWA looks like closing a circle. Time will tell whether the move will succeed, but if this is indeed the case, it can be assumed that this is a significant step towards quelling the end of the Israeli-Arab conflict.

   

UNRWA HAS CHANGED THE DEFINITION OF REFUGEE
Foreign Policy

Just as there are no Jewish Refugee who left left/fled/exiled from Arab countries in the 1940’s so there will be no Palestinian refugees.  If there are no Palestinian refugees there is no need for UNWRA.   There would be no discrimination by Arab countries against ex-Palestinian refugees.

Since then western countries have donated an incredible amount of money in support of Palestinian refugees.  Many, on both sides, have been killed/injured.

UNRWA was founded in 1949 through U.N. General Assembly Resolution 302 at the conclusion of the Arab-Israeli conflict of 1948, aiming for “the alleviation of the conditions of starvation and distress among the Palestine refugees” from that conflict. The agency defines Palestinian refugees as “persons whose normal place of residence was Palestine during the period 1 June 1946 to 15 May 1948, and who lost both home and means of livelihood as a result of the 1948 conflict.”

In 1965, UNRWA changed the eligibility requirements to be a Palestinian refugee to include third-generation descendants, and in 1982, it extended it again, to include all descendants of Palestine refugee males, including legally adopted children, regardless of whether they had been granted citizenship elsewhere. This classification process is inconsistent with how all other refugees in the world are classified, including the definition used by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) and the laws concerning refugees in the United States.

Under Article I(c)(3) of the 1951 U.N. Convention and Protocol Relating to the Status of Refugees, a person is no longer a refugee if, for example, he or she has “acquired a new nationality, and enjoys the protection of the country of his new nationality.” UNRWA’s definition of a Palestinian refugee, which is not anchored in treaty, includes no such provision.


EFFECT OF GROWTH RATE

Refugees 1948    700,000      Refugees 2018      5,000,000

Growth Rate = 7 times

Refugees 2088    =     7 x 5,000,000 = 35,000.000