Palestinian Return Center Holds Conference With U.N. Agency; British Minister Expected To Attend


The The Palestinian Return Center (PRC) in London has announced that it will launch its international conference tomorrow and that both a British Minister and the U.N. agency known as UNRWA would be in attendance:” According to the announcement:

The Palestinian Return Center in London will launch its international conference entitled “UNRWA and the future of Palestinian refugees.” Tomorrow, Wednesday 16th December 2009. A British Minster from the Gordon Brown government is attending the event where he is going to speak about the role of Britain in aiding the UNRWA. Final touches and preparations are being put and finalized surrounded by considerable and expected participation. Researchers, Academics, MPs, activists and from various countries, especially the refugee camps in the Middle East will take part in the event. Within conference Agenda, PRC is preparing to announce a survey it has conducted in partnership with both WAJIB and THABIT organizations in Syria and Lebanon about the performance of UNRWA. The survey also holds the ideas and views of Palestinian refugee regarding UNRWA performance……The key aim of the event is to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency UNRWA. It will provide a detailed and comprehensive analysis of the terrible situation facing the Palestinian Refugees and UNRWA within a regional and international context.

An earlier post discussed a conference in Denmark jointly sponsored by the PRC attended also by Mohammad Akram Al-Adlouni, Chairman of Al Quds International and the likely author of an internal U.S. Brotherhood document titled “An Explanatory Memorandum; On the General Strategic Goal for the Group in North America” and which called for “a kind of grand Jihad in eliminating and destroying the Western civilization from within.” Also scheduled to attend that conference was Nihad Awad, a leader of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and Raid Salah, a leader of the Islamic Movement in Israel. In 2000, an Israeli research institute characterized Salah as head of the Movement’s radical, separatist faction and close to Hamas.

The Palestinian Return Centre in London, characterized by sources in London as close to Hamas, has Trustees that have also been on the board of the Muslim Association of Britain, one of the Muslim Brotherhood organizations in the U.K. The Centre itself has been widely promoted by the U.K Brotherhood.

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