Israeli PM backs Trump scrutinize of Palestinian UN help organization

JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says he “totally concurs” with President Donald Trump’s scrutinize of the U.N. organization helping Palestinian exiles.

Netanyahu at his Sunday week by week Cabinet meeting likewise repeated help for Trump’s danger to slice help to Palestinians.

The advancement comes after Israeli media demonstrated that regardless of open statements, Israel is worried about the consequences of such a move.

Netanyahu says the association “sustains the Palestinian displaced person issue” and the “right of return story, with a specific end goal to wipe out the province of Israel.”

The U.S. is the biggest giver to UNRWA, the U.N. organization that helps Palestinian evacuees. Completion the American guide could accelerate a philanthropic emergency, especially in the ruined Gaza Strip, where the greater part of inhabitants are qualified for UNRWA’s help. Israel could wind up taking care of everything.

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