All posts tagged UNRWA

Haley stepping down as US ambassador to the UN

NIKKI Haley, the US envoy to the United Nations and a strong defender of Israel in the world body, will leave her post by the end of this year.

Clashes escalate on the Gaza border

Scenes of violence returned to Israel's southern border in recent days amid mounting concerns of a threat from the north, writes Nathan Jeffay.

‘Fearless lion’ mourned

MOMENTS after Ari Fuld was stabbed on Sunday night in Gush Etzion, in an attack that was to prove fatal, he rose to his feet, jumped over a fence, drew his pistol and shot the terrorist who had knifed him to prevent further innocent Israelis being assaulted.

Israel pleased as US cuts UNRWA funding

There is dismay in the international community but delight in Israel, after America ended a funding to the UN’s agency for Palestinian refugees.

US vs UNRWA: When is a refugee not a refugee?

The recent US government decision to reduce its contribution to UNRWA, the UN Relief and Works Agency responsible for "Palestinians refugees" has been presented as spiteful and a threat to the peace process. But is it?

UN Road to Terror

UN school students taught to kill Jews

Camera crews visiting United Nations-funded schools for Palestinians have uncovered new evidence that teachers are indoctrinating students with extremism and anti-Semitism.

Parke stays shtum on BDS, refugee numbers

THE new Minister for International Development refused to be drawn this week on whether the government would reconsider its financial support for the BDS-backing Palestinian Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC), whether she was satisfied it wasn’t a front for a terror group, and where she stood on boycotts of the Jewish State.

Pro-Palestinian Parke takes on international development

A FORMER UN official in Gaza has been appointed Australia’s first Minister for International Development.

‘Obama prepared to strike Iran’

IRAN is on its “last chance” before US President Barack Obama orders a military strike on its nuclear facilities, prominent Middle East thinker Dr Steven Rosen said in Sydney this week.