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Poverty-Stricken Afghanistan Donates $1 Million in Aid for “Palestinians”

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This in itself shows that the Israeli-“Palestinian” conflict is not a dispute over land, and it isn’t going to be ended by some negotiated settlement. Instead, it is a jihad. That’s why Afghanistan is donating money to it (our taxpayer money). Otherwise Afghanistan would have no interest in this faraway conflict. It is all, from first to last, about Islam.

We should pull out of Afghanistan immediately, if only because of this.

“Poverty-Stricken Afghanistan Donates $1 Million in Aid for Palestinians,” Middle East Monitor, March 3, 2019 (thanks to g):

(MEMO) — Afghanistan donated $1 million in financial aid for Palestinian refugees at an event in Istanbul, Turkey’s commercial capital, on Sunday.

Afghanistan’s ambassador to Turkey Abdul Rahim Sayed presented the aid to Pierre Krahenbuhl, commissioner-general of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), at a ceremony also featuring Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.

Cavusoglu praised the Afghan government and people for their help for the Palestinian people, coming in the wake of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s call for Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) states to support the Palestinians.

More than a decade and a half after a US-led campaign that toppled the Taliban in 2001, Afghanistan has been battling abject poverty. A joint study by the European Union and Afghanistan’s Central Statistics Organisation in May 2018 showed that Afghanistan’s povery rate was at 55% in the year 2016-17 – that’s more than half of it’s population living on less than one dollar per day.

“The Afghan people have greater need than the Palestinians of the $1 million due to the conditions in which they live – terror and other challenges in particular,” said Cavusoglu, adding:

“But they sent this money here, forgetting their own hardship in order to make our Palestinian refugee brothers and sisters continue their education and not to be left hungry and homeless.”

He further added: “This contribution and aid that the Afghan people gave will never be forgotten. The Palestinians will never forget the aid and support they were given.”

Afghanistan’s ambassador, for his part, called Afghanistan’s stance for the cause of Palestine “strong.”

“We Afghans face many economic problems and we’re struggling and fighting for a better future for our people. We’re aware of the difficulties that people of Palestine are facing,” said Sayed.

“They need support and we should take steadfast measures to provide them with basic humanitarian aid and support.”

He said the Afghan government considers Erdogan’s call on OIC member states to support the people of Palestine a “positive step.”

Afghanistan also welcomed the OIC initiative for the establishment of a “Waqf Fund” to support Palestinian refugees.

In his speech, the ambassador called on OIC member states as well as other countries to support the people of Palestine “in such a pressing time that they need help and support.”
‘Immense gesture’

For his part, Krahenbuhl thanked Afghanistan for its “immense gesture” at a time that Afghanistan “faces so many challenges and has gone through so much pain, suffering and despair.”…

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