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Gaza – The Perverse Wrong Vs Right Advocacy Re Palestinians – Arabs, United Nations, Israel

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 31/15 says it clearly: Israel must stop helping Palestinian-Arabs move out of the overcrowded, squalid UN Refugee camps in Gaza and into homes they would help Israel build, then own! UNGAR 31/15 – “[C]alls once more upon Israel: (a) To take effective steps immediately for the return of the refugees to the camps from which they were removed in the Gaza Strip; and (b) To desist from further removal of refugees and destruction of their shelters. After the wars of 1949, 1956 and 1967, and having been constantly attacked from Gaza, Israel finally took over in 1967. Seeking peaceful coexistence with the Palestinians, they began building homes for them, moving them from the squalid over-crowded UN refugee camps into which their Arab brethren had forced them (only Jordan accepted some Palestinian refugees); also seeking protection against further Arab attacks, Israel began building protective Jewish settlements in Gaza (as Americans had done in the US to safeguard themselves against Indian raiding parties). Why would the UN take such anti-humanitarian actions that only penalized poor Palestinian refugees?

Teacher’s Day in Different Countries

Teacher’s day is not the patent of China, many countries celebrate it by different ways to pay homage. But the differences are the name, history and time. Students expressing gratitude to the teacher’s manners are various also.

15 Middle East Facts You May Not Know

The Middle East (ME) is constantly on the cover of magazines and in news stories because of oil production and unrest. The region of countries is laden with natural resources, culture and religious devotion. There is more to the Middle East than just oil fields.

Why Is It Taking So Long to Form a Govt?

Why can’t Iraq form a government? It’s been six months since the elections and there is still no sign of a formal government.

Pirates and Terrorists

Pirates became big news in 2008 and 2009. Though not as characters in a movie or a musical with eye patches, knives and parrots. In the waters off East Africa, groups of young men from Somalia armed with automatic rifles attacked oil tankers and freighters.

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