The UN plans to show the film Miral on Monday night in the main hall of the General Assembly, and the world body’s decision has sparked outrage from groups like the Anti-Defamation League and the American Jewish Committee. The Daily Caller also said the government of Israel has joined these groups in opposing the showing of the film at that venue.
The film tells the story of the Palestinians’ conflict with Israel as told from the perspective of an orphaned Palestinian.
In the aftermath of Israel’s creation, Arab countries treated refugees as guests, setting up camps rather than attempting to incorporate them into their societies. I don’t know whether the film focuses on the roles other governments played in decisions leading to unrest.