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Postby ricardo » Sat Mar 17, 2012 10:27 pm

united nations relief agency working to improve the estimated 67% Palestinians
living in poverty. micro finance improvements to homes in the internment
holding camps will improve living conditions measurably. is it not incumbent
Israel to implement borders 67 and support UNRWA ? ( ROR)

"Palestinians that qualify for relief assistance from UNRWA must be Palestinians
displaced", " whose normal place of residence was Palestine during the period
June 1, 1946/ may 15, 1948/ and who lost both home and livelihood as a result of the 1948, and 1967 conflicts - beneficiaries had to have lived in the British mandate of Palestine for at least two years before fleeing , and lost both their home and livelihood as a result of the 1948 Arab Israeli war, or be an descendant
of someone who had. most funding comes from the united states , and the European union."

for all the " good works " israelians do according to published reports and
and ancillary twitter feeds from idf members ... ' hundreds of Palestinians
and their families are treated by israelian doctors in Israel's hospitals.'
I just have a couple of questions. forgot to ask if they resided in occupied land or
Israel proper. but I'm lost w/ out borders. and confused by UNRWA reports.
they supply drs. as well. why than , are sewage problems in the majority of camps, and children from Palestinian families suffering from anemia ?
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 27, 2012 4:39 pm

poor nutrition. ] nonwithstanding nutrition , how will an generation of UNRWA camp youth, coupled w/ children in the occupied territories, think of
Israel as young adults ? why are minors in jail for months. ?
from an standpoint of psychological health. does this matter. ?

I'm sickended the holocaust is no longer taught in UNRWA education programs.
nor I've read , is the occupation ? I suppose I missed these factoids in the rush
to find weapons of mass destruction everywhere but in israelis nuclear arsenal
confirmed by former American presidents. hahaha... go figure !

however all parties have an sacred duty / responsibility to educate w/out propaganda, or prejudice. learning content is balanced and factual. neutral.
to international standards or better. for ideally , love can not exist in a
' state ' (condition ) of hate ? or , higher education...wordy I know.
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 27, 2012 4:59 pm

Hamas - (concerns)no one adverse prayer in school or segregation ' by the willing'... ( respectfully no problem) but if you teach hate or war tactics
to children under the age of reason...what have you done ? but fuel your
opponents , and propagandize you own children ( loved ones) everyone makes a differance. no country left behind. Arab charity should work hand in hand
w/ UNRWA for the benefit of children , women and elderly, ' all ' ( inclusive)
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 27, 2012 5:21 pm

if israelians deny access for human rights investigations west bank and gaza.
I assume gaza be complient and helpful -will admit/ allow access via egypts Rafah crossing. why would Egypt object ? ( two billion reasons why )
and SA already approved monies for Egypt as well. should this concern anyone ?
what do the people say ? however egypts new reps may have the final say.
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Postby ricardo » Tue Mar 27, 2012 5:25 pm

Ricardo thinks its time to capitalize on its prisoner exchange program,
by peaceful means. I suggest host countries of Palestinian refugess
evict their tenants ( free the Palestinians to return home) provide buses, food , clothing, and money vouchers. building materials would be helpful as well.
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