World War II created a terrible humanitarian crisis. Only in Europe, there were more than 16 million refugees and displaced persons. This massive problem was confronted by the International Refugee Organization (IRO), established by the UN General Assembly in December 1946 and transferred in January 1951 to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), which was quickly expanded throughout the world. There was an exception to this pattern: the Arab war fugitives from 1948- 1949, who received their own agency to help, the UN Relief for Palestinian Refugees (UNRPR), established in November 1948 and transformed on May/1/1950 into the UNRWA (UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees). While the UNHCR (UN High Commissioner for Refugees) was created with an annual budget of $300.000, the UNRWA was established with a budget that “required the equivalent to approximately $33,700,000 for direct aid programs and constructions from Jan/1/1950 to Dec/31/1950”. In other words, the Palestinian refugees received 110 times more money than what was assigned to the rest of the refugees of the world. Recently, UNHCR had nearly 11,000 employees who received 17.2 million refugees (1,569 refugees per worker) and 65.6 million forcible displacements. The UNWRA had more than 30,000 employees that handled around 5.3 million “refugees” (176 refugees per employee). In other words, the Palestinian ”refugees” had 10 times more human resources than their equally less fortunate pairs in any other part of the world and 34 times more humanitarian support that what was given to the other displaced people in the world. The UNWRA was conceived initially as a transitory agency. However, its mandate was quickly affected for political motives, to pressure Israel, and the Palestinians inherited the status of indefinite refugees.