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Armed for Battle

By: Rev. Peter Fast, International CEO

The Roman Empire was one of the most powerful empires in history. Depictions of ancient Rome have lit up the screens of entertainment for decades with productions such as Masada (1981), Gladiator (2000) or even The Chosen (2017–present). From the Gallic wars of Caesar, the speeches of Cicero, monuments such as Hadrian’s Wall or the Colosseum, the history of Rome has left a deep footprint upon Western Civilization…

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UNRWA: Perpetuating the Palestinian Suffering

By: Cheryl Hauer, International Vice President

Imagine for a moment that you are a member of a people group displaced by war or natural disaster. As such, have I got good news for you. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees or UNHCR is at your service, working to fulfill its mandate to care for those caught in such unfortunate circumstances while the organization makes arrangements for resettlement. And they have a proven track record. In the past few decades, they have successfully resettled literally millions of refugees, finding solutions that not only benefited the victims but were sometimes a boon for the host nations as well.

The majority of refugee crises in the past seven decades were resolved through resettlement. In the first six months of 2023 alone, for example, over 400,000 refugees were either resettled to their home states or were successfully resettled in host countries. The UNHCR has been dealing with such crises since its inception in 1950. The fledgling organization was given a three-year mandate to help the millions of Europeans who had fled or lost their homes during the war. According to its website, however, as new refugee crises unfolded across the globe, its mandate was extended multiple times throughout the 20th century until a United Nations General Assembly resolution in 2003 made the mandate

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