NGO Says Palestinians Are Owed Aid Without Restrictions on Killing Jews
The first sentence of an article in Ma’an by Nora Lester Murad, the founder of the Palestinian NGO “Dalia Foundation,” pretty much sums up how Palestinian Arabs feel they must be treated:
“Palestinians have a right to request international aid, and donors have an obligation to provide it.”
See? The world is obligated to throw billions of dollars to Palestinians, without question. Why? Because they have a right to it!
One part of the aid that they get rankles these NGOs.
“The policy of non-confrontation with Israel regardless of its actions conveys international acquiescence and contributes to Israeli impunity.”
What does that mean? Look at the Dalia Foundation’s petition, which mentions a numbers of issues that they have with international aid, among of which are:
“Anti-terrorism certification is unacceptable.”
Meaning, when Westerners give their billions, they must not demand that their money is not used to kill Israeli civilians. Killing Israeli women and children is a human right, and by limiting funding to worthless things like peace and women’s rights and feeding children, these donors are violating the basic Palestinian human right to murder.
And don’t think I’m exaggerating. The Palestinians truly believe that they have the right to murder Jews. Their major proof is UN General Assembly Resolution 33/24, which says it “Reaffirms the legitimacy of the struggle of peoples for independence, territorial integrity, national unity and liberation from colonial and foreign domination and foreign occupation by all available means, particularly armed struggle.”
Oh, and by the way – these same people claim that Israel doesn’t have the right to defend itself, a position echoed by this writer when she asserts that U.S. funding for Iron Dome is a violation of international law.
In short, Arabs have the right to kill Jews with impunity, and Jews have no human rights whatsoever, according to this NGO founder (who, of course, gets funded by European sources.)
The outrage is that these positions elicit no outrage.