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  • UNRWA is a good organization – but they are a little risk averse and so tend to stay out of combat zones and places where security is an issue until after all the fighting has ended.

    I Will Return | ATTACKERMAN

  • Today, UNRWA is the main provider of basic services - education, health, relief and social services - to over 4.6 million registered Palestine refugees in the Middle East.

    Coming Soon? Hamas' Media Massacre

  • As the UNWRA website says: UNRWA is unique in terms of its long-standing commitment to one group of refugees and its contributions to the welfare and human development of four generations of Palestine refugees.

    Coming Soon? Hamas' Media Massacre

  • Said Siyam, Hamas 'interior minister and head of the Executive Force, was a teacher for over two decades in UNRWA schools.

    That UNWRA school

  • Lawmakers on Capitol Hill say they are also concerned that terrorist propaganda is being taught in UNRWA schools.

    That UNWRA school

  • UNRWA is now building a vocational training school in Lebanon; it should be open in the autumn.

    The Arabs of Palestine

  • UNRWA is running a world, simply, a little welfare state.

    The Arabs of Palestine

  • UNRWA is a kind, impartial parent; it has no favorites.

    The Arabs of Palestine

  • Our Western offer should be clear: UNRWA is to continue as a bridge to the future; we will pay for the bridge and the future -- Palestinian refugees are gradually to become Arab citizens, earning their own livelihood on land, in industries, which our money and technical help will make available.

    The Arabs of Palestine

  • The people there weren’t lounging in UNRWA camps or making suicide runs at the governor’s mansion.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Strategic Logic of Nonviolence

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