Tag Archive for Einat Wilf

Pretend Palestinian refugees and their “Double Identity”

Israel’s former Ambassador to the U.N. Ron Prosor tackles the absurdity of the Palestinian refugee narrative by “exposing” the unmistakably non-refugee lives of nine descendants of Arabs who left Israel in 1948, but who cynically still continue to identify themselves as ‘refugees.’

By Nadav Shragai

 

A few months ago, researchers Adi Schwartz and Einat Wilf wrote in an article about their book “The War for Return” that children in refugee camps run by the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) could recite by heart their parents’ and grandparents’ stories about leaving Israel during and after the 1948 War of Independence. Continue Reading »

With US pulling ‘Trump card’ against Palestinian threats, Abbas may lose it all

With Trump downsizing American aid to the PA and UNRWA, Palestinian leadership’s tantrums & threats that have worked in the past, are only causing even more ‘self-inflicted’ hardships, and may ultimately cause the unseating of it’s despot leader who was elected to serve until 15 January 2009.

By CHARLES BELEZER/THE MEDIA LINE

 

“Jerusalem is the eternal capital of the state of Palestine and it is not for sale for gold or billions,” a spokesperson for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas affirmed; this, just hours after US President Donald Trump threatened to cut-off aid to the PA.

The latest dust-up between Washington and Ramallah is part of an ongoing feud that erupted in the wake of the former’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Continue Reading »