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Karys Rhea - How UNRWA Perpetuates the Palestinian Refugee Myth

2 K Views - Published on 25 Mar, 2024
⁣UNRWA is a term that I had not heard 6 months ago. Their work, methods and purpose has intrigued me ever since. Karys Rhea understands this issue at its core and joins Hearts of Oak to give the other side of the story. The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugee, known as UNRWA, was set up in 1948, just 3 years after the UN started. Karys starts by setting out the story of how and why UNRWA started. A fascinating part of this story is how refugee status of 'Palestinians' is defined. It seems as though this is used to create a Palestinian refugee myth that exists out of hatred for Israel. Which country in the world has dozens of refugee camps in their own country? How much money is used and is the UNRWA corrupt or transparent? Karys exposes this group like you have never heard before. Karys Rhea is a producer of "American Thought Leaders" and "Fallout" at The Epoch Times and a fellow with The Jewish Leadership Project. She also works with the Middle East Forum and Baste Records. She has appeared on Newsmax, OANN, Real America’s Voice, NTD News, and a variety of podcasts, and her articles can be found in Commentary, NY Daily News, Newsweek, The Federalist, Washington Examiner, and more. She has a BA from NYU in broadcast journalism and an MA in counterterrorism and homeland security from Reichman University in Israel. A former life found her touring the world as a drummer and songwriter before becoming disillusioned with the political and cultural arrogance of the music industry. She continues to release music in her spare time, in addition to publishing absurdist flash fiction. Connect with Rhea... X x.com/RheaKarys?s=20 Interview recorded 23.3.24 Connect with Hearts of Oak... WEBSITE heartsofoak.org/ PODCASTS heartsofoak.podbean.com/ SOCIAL MEDIA heartsofoak.org/connect/ SHOP heartsofoak.org/shop/
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