Sunday, September 13, 2015

In 2010, UNRWA put out a 52-page Request for Proposal seeking development of an e-learning course in Ethics and UNRWA Standards of Conduct.

Muhannad Alshatarat, an UNRWA teacher in Jordan, took this course in 2013. And he passed with flying colors!

The course impressed him so much that he posts pictures of Islamic Jihad terrorists on Facebook:

That course must be super-effective in teaching UNRWA employees how to think ethically.

Any journalists want to ask more than superficial questions about how UNRWA conducts itself when staffers show that they support violence and murder?

UPDATE: The photos have been removed but the Facebook page is still there.

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