Lofti Ghuneim, UNRWA Employee, Praises Car-Ramming Terrorist as "Hero"

Following is one of the 40 perpetrators identified in UN Watch’s 130-page report entitled “Poisoning Palestinian Children: A Report on UNRWA Teachers’ Incitement to Jihadist Terrorism & Antisemitism.”
Lotfi Ghuneim, who identifies himself on his Facebook profile as an UNRWA employee (see above), features on his public Facebook page numerous images that support terrorism.
Image 1 depicts the Palestinian perpetrator of a car-ramming terrorist attack—which caused one death and 15 injuries—and exalts the terrorist, Ibrahim el-Akkari, as a “hero.”
Image 2 and 3 show the body of a murdered rabbi, one of the victims of the November 18 attack on a synagogue in Jerusalem.
All three of these posts by Mr. Ghuneim constitute a gross violation of the duty of neutrality applicable to UNRWA employees, and negate the right to life protected in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights.
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