Fahed Momo, UNRWA Administrative Assistant, Quotes Hitler & Denies Israel’s Right to Exist

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Fahed Momo lists himself as an Administrative Office Assistant at UNRWA. He praises Hitler, and denies the rights of the Jewish people to self-determination in the State of Israel.

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UNRWA employee Fahed Momo shares a video that takes out-of-context statements made by former Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir, in order to deny the rights of the Jewish people to self-determination in the State of Israel. The accompanying text claims that there is no Israel.

In the video, Golda Meir describes the status of Palestine under the British Mandate, noting that its borders ran from the Mediterranean to the Iraqi border and that there were only Jews and Arabs in the land—no separate group called Palestinians—and that the inhabitants all carried Palestinian passports. Her point was that all residents of the land at the time—Jews and Arabs—were equally “Palestinian” and the Jewish founders of the State of Israel were also “Palestinian.” However, the text accompanying the video presents this as “confessions of Golda Meir” that “there is no Israel,” meaning the entire territory rightly belongs to today’s Palestinians, i.e., not to the Jews.

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A post by Fahed Momo from March 2017 portrays Hitler as wise and inspirational. The post shares advice from Hitler in the form of an alleged quote from the mass murderer: “Don’t compare yourself to others…if you do, you demean yourself.”

 

For UN Watch’s full 2021 report on UNRWA incitement, Beyond the Textbooks, click here

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