To quote from the blurb accompanying the video:
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According to UNRWA, a Palestinian “refugee” is someone who was living in the region of Palestine… two years before the state of Israel was born. This definition doesn’t fit with international law. The grandson of a “refugee”, born in another country, cannot be called “a refugee” himself. So what is UNRWA’s interest making sure Palestinians are not resettled?
Quotes from the video:
UNRWA was founded in 1948 with a one-year mandate. Its mission was to resettle Palestinian refugees [At the time, according to the UN, between 450,000 and 600,000]. 60 years later, UNRWA is still in charge of refugees, while the camps became cities… Today they care for 4,200,000 refugees in the region, and the UNRWA has a staff of 22,000. That is about 1 staff per 170 “refugees”, while other organizations in the World have 1 staff per 4,000 refugees. Instead of rehabilitation of the refugees they are working for eternalization of the problem.
Hat tip: VH.