7/23/13, "U.S.-funded U.N. camps teach Palestinian kids: Jews are ‘wolves’," Washington Times, C. Chumley
"A video has revealed that youth camps run by a United Nations body and funded in part by the United States teaches Palestinian children to hate Jewish people.
The camps are run by the U.N. Relief and Works Agency and are targeted to children, Israel National News reported. A documentary of activities called “Camp Jihad” and produced by the Nahum Bedein Center for Near East Policy Research shows that some Palestinian children may be receiving an anti-Israel message.
In one part of the film, campers are shown chanting: “With God’s help and our own strength, we will wage war. And with education and jihad we will return,” Israel News reported. And in another portion of the film, a camp instructor is heard labeling Jews as “wolves,” the outlet reported.
Israel National News reported that the camps are paid for with funds from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and the European Union." via Free Republic
Uploaded 7/20/13. UNRWA camp, summer 2013. Children are taught about "the right of return" meaning "to take back villages that no longer exist, where Israelis now live."
Kids chant, "The Arab Nation is exalted."
1:20, Kids are led in chant about returning to pre-1948 villages
3:20, Kids are taught to chant about return to pre-1948 villages
4:12, Instructor tells kids they were deported from Haifa
4:45, "With God's help" we'll return to our villages
4:45, Instructor tells children, "With jihad" they'll return to villages
5:13, Children chant Haifa
6:39, Small child says "I own the land and I will return"
7:00, Kids say their bunk beds are named after villages stolen from them
7:44, Kids sing they'll take their land back
9:00, Young girl says, "We're filled with rage"
video continues for total of 18:31
5/25/2012, "The UN says there are 5 million Palestinian refugees. The US Senate says that’s more than 160 times too high," TimesofIsrael.com, A. Goldberg
"The US Senate approved language Thursday night that could shrink the number of Palestinian refugees recognized by the United States from 5 million to about 30,000....
Nearly everyone agrees that around 650,000 Palestinians fled or were forced from their homes between June 1946 and May 1948. But when it comes to counting the number of Palestinian refugees alive today, the math gets fuzzy.
This enormous disparity is explained by UNRWA decisions in 1965 and 1982 that extended the definition of “refugees” to include the children and grandchildren of displaced Palestinians.
Today, UNRWA’s annual budget stands at approximately $600 million, of which $250 million is contributed by the United States. Overall, America has contributed $4.4 billion to the UN agency since its establishment in 1949."...