Monday, August 10, 2015

Last year I spent a bit of time documenting how UNRWA teachers supported Antisemitism and Terrorism on Facebook .

UNRWA apparently responded by telling teachers to cool it because it was embarrassing. Some teachers removed their affiliation with UNRWA on their pages. An UNRWA teachers' group that had Jihadist videos was taken down , as were  some of the Facebook pages.

But there is no indication of any disciplinary action against teachers who embrace jihad and antisemitism. Any teachers who would have been fired for that would have made it into the Arab media and there would have been protests supporting them. UNRWA cares about its reputation, not about the fact that its teachers love jihad.

They still do.

An UNRWA teacher who uses the name "poor slave" has a number of pro-terror photos:



And Oday AlMasri, an UNRWA teacher in Jenin, likes Nazis, to the delight of his friends:



While UNRWA begs the world for money so they can continue to teach Arabs, there is no transparency as to what exactly the teachers are really teaching their students. You can be sure that these attitudes shine through.




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