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Japan donates $2 million to UNRWA
Published Friday 28/12/2012 15:30
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BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- Japan has donated $2 million to the United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees, a statement from UNRWA said Thursday.

The donation will go towards emergency bedding materials and hygiene kits for adults and babies in the Gaza Strip. It will also help provide non-food items to assist UNRWA in combating the effects of Israel's recent war on Gaza, which killed at least 170 Palestinians.

In 2012, Japan donated $22.5 million to the UN agency.
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1 ) Azzi from / Gazzi
30/12/2012 20:45
Why is any UN member state donating anything to the nonstate tribal arabs -- having insisted on UN nonmember observer state status, like the Vatican. they are now responsible for ALL the needs the arabs living in judea, samaria and gaza have -- jobs, taxes, health care, social services, education, development of resources and economy, justice, & etc. It's time to start generating an income instead of begging. It's high time.
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