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Comes as no surprise and it was just a stunt to deflect from the UN investigation into Israeli Genocide.


UNRWA staff accused by Israel sacked without evidence, chief admits​

Philippe Lazzarini says summary dismissal of nine employees was ‘reverse due process’ after Israel’s claims they aided Hamas attack

The head of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees has said he followed “reverse due process” in sacking nine staff members accused by Israel of being involved in Hamas’s 7 October attacks.

Philippe Lazzarini, UNRWA’s commissioner general, said he did not probe Israel’s claims against the employees before dismissing them and launching an investigation.


At a press conference in Jerusalem, Lazzarini was asked if he had looked into whether there was any evidence against the employees and he replied: “No, the investigation is going on now.”
 
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A suggestion of murderous acts of terrorism?, shoot first, ask questions later.
 
A few bad apples who may or may not have behaved inappropriately and 1000's of women and kids get punished.
Straight from Hitlers playbook.
 
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A few bad apples who may or may not have behaved inappropriately and 1000's of women and kids get punished.
Straight from Hitlers playbook.

So, stop the inappropriate behaviour and all will be well in the world. (fillyboy's playbook)
 
This is not the beginning of the end, but the end of the beginning.
The moral collapse of the west is now complete and the collapse of the colonial domination is speeding up with each passing day.
The financial collapse of the west has already occurred
So, time to consider moving to parts of the world where there is a future as its not the west
 
So, stop the inappropriate behaviour and all will be well in the world. (fillyboy's playbook)

Hmm, using your logic then is the whole of Israel responsible for the West Bank settlers?

More own goals by NIgella. :giggle:

 
Actually handling loads of problem areas is a new form of colonialism. The population actually concerned views do not always account for much. Another name is geopolitics. Eg Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan are "really sorted out"aren't they.

You might say ideal solutions just aren't possible.
 
I had the fortune to visit Libya when Gaddafi was in charge.
Vibrant atmosphere, women without had cover, wearing make up and western clothes, driving and working in shops.
Supercars everywhere, streets very clean, a copper at every corner, bars and restaurants full of customers.
Everyone dressed nicely...
Then we took Gaddafi down and gave the proud people of Libya the great gift of democracy...
 
I had the fortune to visit Libya when Gaddafi was in charge.
Vibrant atmosphere, women without had cover, wearing make up and western clothes, driving and working in shops.
Supercars everywhere, streets very clean, a copper at every corner, bars and restaurants full of customers.
Everyone dressed nicely...
Then we took Gaddafi down and gave the proud people of Libya the great gift of democracy...

With the added bonus that Gadaffi managed to control the onwards migration from Libya of illegals from Africa,
 
Mentioned by the beeb too. Young girl with dead relatives around uses a mobile. 2 NGO members go to rescue her.
Finally found. Girl dead also the NGO's plus burnt out vehicle.

Not that this has much to do with this thread which should mention sacked due to unverified evidence.
 
Didn't Channel 4 get hold of the 'dossier' and find it was complete *******s?
 
Didn't Channel 4 get hold of the 'dossier' and find it was complete *******s?
Alj did, pretty sure C4 did too. No comment on them really. Alj showed an Israeli politician being asked where the info came from - interrogating one captive. I assume that part was a clip from Israeli TV.
 
Alj did, pretty sure C4 did too. No comment on them really. Alj showed an Israeli politician being asked where the info came from - interrogating one captive. I assume that part was a clip from Israeli TV.

Details remain scant. Neither Israel nor UNRWA have specified the nature of the alleged involvement of UNRWA employees in the events of October 7.
An Israeli official told CNN on Friday that Israel shared information about 12 staffers allegedly involved in the October 7 attacks both with UNRWA and the US.
The head of Israel’s Military Intelligence Directorate, Maj. Gen. Aharon Haliva, met with senior US officials on Friday and gave them “specific names and which organizations they are affiliated with, whether Hamas or PIJ (Palestinian Islamic Jihad) or others, and what exactly they did on October 7,” the Israeli official said.
“We showed them that we had solid intelligence from difference sources.”
An Israeli official familiar with how the intelligence was gathered said it was taken from Hamas computers and documents confiscated during operations in Gaza, and from interrogations of detainees and alleged terrorists.
Israeli officials say some of the attackers who were killed or detained on October 7 had UNRWA IDs on them. CNN was not shown the IDs or other intelligence.
Israel passed a dossier to the US government that includes specific and as-yet unverified accusations against the 12 UNWRA employees, The New York Times reported on Sunday.
The dossier alleges one person is accused of kidnapping a woman, another is said to have distributed ammunition, while another employee is described as participating in a kibbutz massacre in which 97 people were killed, the Times reported, adding that it had verified the identify of one of the employees. Two Western officials told the Times they had been briefed on the dossier but had not yet verified the claims.
UNRWA Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini has said he received “information about the alleged involvement of several employees.” To protect the agency’s ability to deliver humanitarian assistance in Gaza, he decided “to immediately terminate the contracts of these staff members and launch an investigation in order to establish the truth,” a statement said.
Any UNRWA employee who was involved in acts of terror “will be held accountable, including through criminal prosecution,” he added.
In a statement Sunday, UN Secretary-General António Guterres said nine of the 12 UNRWA staff members at the center of the allegations had been fired. One other was dead and the identities of two others were still “being clarified.”
“Any UN employee involved in acts of terror will be held accountable, including through criminal prosecution,” Guterres said, adding that an independent review is forthcoming.
In addition to the staffers’ alleged October 7 involvement, the Israel Defense Forces on Saturday alleged in a statement to CNN that UNRWA facilities were used for “terrorist purposes.”
Asked about that claim, the agency told CNN, “We don’t have more information on this at this stage. The Office of Internal Oversight Services (the internal oversight body of the UN) will look into all these allegations as part of the investigation the Commissioner General of UNRWA has requested them to undertake.”
In a statement Saturday, Hamas criticized the decision to end the employees’ contracts, and accused Israel of trying to undermine UNRWA and other organizations providing humanitarian relief in Gaza.


The thing is, 10 countries have suspended funding to the UNRWA, for no reason? hardly. Trump reduced funding several years ago, biden reinstated it..

The latest findings by Israel is that the now destroyed UNRWA headquarters supplied power to the undergound Hamas tunnels. this is an organisation that has been promoting hatred toward Jews, teaching hatred toward Jews and diverting funds toward terrorism in order to kill jews.

They've been rumbled, the International community has woken up and smelled the coffee, it stinks, it stinks of western countries supplying billions to fund terrorism and hatred, and that's before you even think about the implications of 750,000 refugees becoming 5 million with a right to return.

**** me, wake up.
 
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