UK and Others Cut Funding to UNRWA but Israel Gave NO EVIDENCE of Terror Links


Dilip Simeon | After the Truth Shower – TRANSCEND Media Service

Hoodwinked: The UK and others cut funding to UNRWA but Israel gave no evidence of terror links between that relief organisation and Hamas.

25 Apr 2024 – An independent report has just exonerated the United Nations relief agency, which is the main channel of humanitarian support to Palestinians in Gaza and across the Middle East. In fact, the report by former French foreign minister Catherine Colonna has said Israel has yet to provide any supporting evidence of its claims that employees of the UNRWA are members of terrorist organisations.

This creates a dilemma for members of the UK’s government and main opposition parties, who took Israel’s claims at face value, cut funding for UNRWA at a time when it was vital that the aid got through, and now look like credulous fools…

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