Over the past two months, I have found scores of offensive anti-semitic and pro-terror postings on Facebook by UNRWA employees.
But I haven't even bothered with the everyday photos that show that UNRWA teachers have no desire to allow Israel to exist.
Like this profile photo of Khitam Ashour, an UNRWA teacher from Nablus:
Many of the antisemitic posts have been removed by UNRWA, which refuses to acknowledge that I exist while clearly reading my posts.
But this one won't be. Because this is exactly what UNRWA has been teaching its students, directly, for over sixty years. (The mural itself is in the UNRWA Aida camp near Bethlehem.)
As I've pointed out, numerous UNRWA school logos erase Israel as well, many with very similar maps:
UNRWA cannot deny that it directly teaches its students that they will one day "return" to replace Israel with "Palestine." Its maps betray its policy.
And this call for the destruction of a UN member state is a direct violation of UNRWA's supposed neutrality standards.
They can pretend that the many pro-terror posts are mistakes done by individual teachers. They can sweep under the rug and quietly remove the school websites that teach hate (as they did with the Deir Yassin Co-ed Secondary School Facebook page featuring antisemitism and pro-terror posts, which was silently removed altogether.)
But UNRWA cannot remove this image because UNRWA educational policy, clear albeit unofficial, is that Israel has no right to exist.
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