Saudi Arabia alone -- never mind those sheikdoms with populations as small as that of Iceland -- has $800-900 billion dollars in reserves. Surely the Saudis can take care of Sunni Arab refugees, and surely Kuwait, the U.A.E., Qatar, Bahrain can pitch in as well. Or is the solidarity of the Umma a myth, or rather a solidarity only as against the Infidels, but not a solidarity in any other sense?
The United States has now spent, in its attempt to free the people in Iraq (not the "Iraqi people") from Saddam Hussein, and having freed them, attempted to bring about some stability, a semblance of (impossible) unity, and even reconstruction, that has cost many American lives, and more than one trillion dollars so far, for an outcome that will have no conceivable benefit to the Americans or other Infidels, and indeed, by forestalling the widening of ethnic and sectarian fissures, prevent the timely exploitation of those fissures that might, if so exploited, divide and demoralize the Camp of Islam, for a while, while the Western world has time -- apparently it will take some time -- to come to its senses about Islam and its own Muslim populations.
It is not surprising that the U.N. would ask more from the Americans and never raise the issue of the fabulously rich (those riches entirely unmerited) Arab oil states. For while everyone was focussed on the "Western bloc" and the "Soviet bloc" another bloc -- the "Arab-Islamic bloc," more or less captured the U.N. The "Soviet bloc" dissolved when the Soviet Union dissolved, and neither the former Soviet republics, nor he Eastern European states are any longer under Russian control. The "Western bloc" dissolved when the European states decided that their interests were different from those of the United States, especially in their attempts to court the Muslim states. But the one bloc that not only exists, but exists solidly, is the Arab-Islamic bloc. And the Western world, or the larger Infidel world, has not recognized how that bloc controls so much of what goes on at the U.N. and its subsidiaries, as in Geneva. It is a question not only of diplomats, but of those who work in the Secretariat. The entire atmosphere at these gatherings reeks -- see the Human Rights Commission -- of Arab-Muslim control in what is ignored (for 20 years, the mass-murder in the southern Sudan), or made little of (Darfur), or what is never discussed (the treatment of non-Muslims in Muslim-ruled states) and what has become the most obsessive interest of the U.N., which is of course the mighty empire of Israel, a vast state which is even larger than Rhode Island, and even larger than Connecticut, though even with the "West Bank" its land area is less than one-one/thousandth the size of the 22 members of the Arab League. And of all the groups requiring U.N. attention, U.N. resolutions, U.N. outrage -- in New York, and Geneva, and Durban, in every U.N.-sponsored gathering, no matter what the ostensible topic (Women, The Child, you name it) -- it is the "Palestinians" who are the most oppressed people on earth, even if they are no different from, share the same language, religion, culture, mental makeup, as the people right across the Jordan River, or so many other Muslim Arabs, all over the place, who are themselves quite content to deny autonomy, or much of anything, to any non-Arab or non-Muslim group in their midst.
The U.N. did not start out, when it consisted in the main of civilized states behaving in something like a civilized manner -- possibly still stunned by World War II -- as what it has so obviously become. Today it is the most corrupt and corrupting organization in the world. And because it is largely in the grip of that Islamintern International, it is exactly the wrong organization, at the wrong time, for the free and Infidel world to take seriously, for it contributes to weakening the West, weakening the Infidels, remaining firmly on the side of those who promote, and defend the Jihad from those who are the would-be victims of Jihad, of the instruments of Jihad that go beyond the single one that has been recognized -- terrorism.