Sunday, October 11, 2015

This cartoon gained some notoriety over the weekend for its romanticizing the wave of stabbings by Arabs of Jews in Israel recently:


UNRWA teacher Hiba Miari of Lebanon wasted no time to make this "artwork"  her Facebook profile image.



Will UNRWA discipline her, as they promise to for the many cases like these that I uncover, or will they just silently have the pages removed and cover up the incident, as they have been?

One thing is for sure: UNRWA is reading this blog and often acting on what I find. They know that they condone this kind of incitement and only reactive to my research, rather than pro-actively working to root out the problem themselves.

Did they send a memo to their staff warning them on how to conduct themselves on Facebook? Did they discipline any of the other teachers or schools that I showed were pushing the worst kinds of terror apologetics and antisemitism?

I have plenty more examples in the queue, and I'm finding more all the time. If UNRWA really cared, they could find them before I do.

But they don't care.

UPDATE: Another UNRWA teacher from Khan Younis also uses this as her profile picture.

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