August 29, 2014

Who Supports UNRWA -- and Why

Moshe Dann, Jerusalem Post

The Associated Press

Transferring UNRWA’s activities to the UNHCR will save money and allow Arab refugees to move on and build productive lives. >

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TAGGED: United Nations, Middle East, Israel, Palestine, United Nations Relief And Works Agency, UNRWA

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