Palestinians: Where Have They Gone?

Palestinian refugees are a slippery population — but when 285,535 of them go missing from a small country such as Lebanon, it should raise eyebrows.

UNRWA in Lebanon reports on its website that 449,957 refugees live under its protection in 12 camps, but a survey by Lebanon’s Central Administration of Statistics, together with the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics, could only find 174,535. The Lebanese government said the others “left.” Okay, maybe they did — Lebanon constrained them viciously, so it would make some sense. What does NOT make sense, then, is the UN giving UNRWA a budget based on nearly half a million people when, in fact, there are far fewer than a quarter of a million. Who is paying and who is getting the money?

We are and they are.

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  • simus1

    When you are dealing with yet another face of muslim criminal enterprise, “Jizya” would be the appropriate overall budget category to list the “over payments” split.

    • Observer

      It doubly crooked as it’s Arab/Fakestanian and it’s the United Nations so of course they are going to claim the money on multiple times the number of “refugees” they are when they aren’t even refugees.

    • bill smith

      The exaggeration of the ‘palestinian’ population numbers is a common tactic that they use.
      Caroline Glick has made a very good presentation of the evidence. Some pal registrants are over 120 years old.

  • bill smith

    BTW… in the photo, the red and white logo on the top right of the sign, it belong to the PFLP, a marxist group who is registered in Canada (and US, EU, etc..), as a terrorist organization.
    PFLP pioneered airplane hijacking, and nor recently have claimed responsibility for the Har Nof muder by stabbing on innocent civilians while, while they were praying inside a synagogue.
    PFLP has many connection in Canada, for example, Yafa Jarrar (daughter of convicted PFLP terrorist Khalida Jarrar).
    Yafa is a PFLP (communist) activist who spend a lot of time promoting BDS at Canadian universities. She also married a First Nations man, and is spreading her poisonous ideology among that community.

    • Tooth&Claw

      Interesting. This should be common knowledge in Canada.

      • Alain

        Should be but isn’t and won’t be thanks to our MSM.

      • simus1

        Wonder if she is retailing that (not so) old humbug about muslims reaching America before all other explorers, and converting everyone.
        So now it appears that those First Nations members who return to the fold after learning the truth will own their old original tribal lands and everything on them under islam and sharia law. Sweet.

        • Tooth&Claw

          First Nations existed far before Islam was even a evil thought in Mo’s mind. Somehow I think it’ll be a tough sell.

          • bill smith

            It’s one main difference between Canada and the US. Hezbollah tends to infiltrate American Indian communities whereas PFLP tend to infiltrate Canadian First Nations.
            But yes, in both cases, their narrative is based on extreme revisionism.

          • Tooth&Claw

            Not to mention, that Islam won’t show any respect for First Nation oral traditions, creation stories, art and ceremonial worship traditions that they still perform and are currently teaching their youth.

          • bill smith

            It’s common for the left to be in “solidarity” during cultural and actual wars… but when the battle is over, they inevitably cannibalize themselves.
            Another example is 3rd wave feminists in cahoots with islamists, embodied in the likes of linda sarsour.
            This will not end well.

        • bill smith

          It’s really a false narrative. Should not take a rocket scientist to know that Jews are from JErusalem and JUdea. (West-Bank).. and that arabs are from Arabia.
          Arab colonizers recruiting colonized First Nations people is beyond absurd…. but it is happening.

          • Tooth&Claw

            It’s bizarre.

      • bill smith

        You’re correct. The only reason that I know about it is because I am a Canadian First Nations person, and I pay attention to what is going on in our communities.
        The only real use that we have in the MSM, is as human shields used in the globalists’ war on prosperity (carbon).

  • Drunk by Noon ✓

    They were never there in the first place because the numbers were always fraudulent, or they are not reporting any deaths or migrations to keep the subsistence checks and payments coming.
    In other words, the UN is paying ghosts.

  • Hard Little Machine

    They have the power to magically teleport through space and time.

    • bill smith

      Well yes… their claim to Jerusalem is based on a fantasy story of their prophet traveling to the “farthest mosque” (which for convenience sake they now regard as Jerusalem), from Makkah (1516 km), and riding a magic donkey to the moon, and meeting with all the famous Abrahamic notables, and returning to Mekkah, all in the course of one evening.
      I know this sounds bizarre, but I promise you that I am not making this up.

      • Hard Little Machine

        Hail Xenu !

        • bill smith

          Xenu is more believable… but still.

  • bill smith

    Further to my comments below, I’ll provide another example.
    Dima Alansari runs Salish Production in Vancouver… Dima is a communist and is in alliance with other communist groups such as IJV and “Democracy Now”.
    This is a front-group… to use the word “Salish” gives the false impression that it is a Salish First Nations company.. but it is definitely not.
    Despite Dima (and her parents) never setting foot ever in Israel.. not the disputed part, not the undisputed part, Dima claims to be a “palestinian”.
    Anyone with a basic understanding of the clans of the Arab Peninsula would know that the Al-ansari clan (لأنصاري) is from the Hejaz, more specifically Medina (far away from Israel).
    Dima’s company (Salish Productions), generates Arab propaganda that attempts to show “solidarity” between “Palestinians” and Canadian First Nations, and claim to be against colonialism….
    The only problem is that Canadian First Nations have been colonized, Dima and her clan are Arab colonizers.
    That being said, Dima and her family do have some connection to Lebanon… maybe she is one of the “missing” Lebanese “palestinians”.

    • bill smith

      Associated with Dima, is Queens University, Marxist ‘professor’ Rober Lovelace, a former Algonquin Chief. He and Dima go around talking about how capitalist Jews have profited from ‘steeling’ ‘palestinian’ lands.

      Only a few problems with this assertion…. above and beyond the obvious, Israel was created on July 24th, 1922, by unanimous vote by all 51 countries in the League of Nations.. not by ‘steeling’.
      1. Robert Lovelace does not have a single drop of First Nations blood. He made friends with the Algonquin and was made an honourary member.
      2. No doubt he is consumed with self-hate. Lovelace has biological children and has had foster children. One of his foster children claims that during summers, all the children were taken to a weekend cabin… the biological kids were free to do as they please and to eat whatever they like, this foster child was lock in a room, forced to do all the work on building and maintaining the cabin, and given little food.

      Considering this, who is it really who profits by the unscrupulous exploitation of others??? It’s no other than fake First Nations Robert Lovelace himself !!

  • Ed

    “Palestinian refugees” must be unusually useless.

    Africa is just sauntering into Europe, but these people are intergenerationally stuck in camps.