UNRWA Jordan Deletes Employees’ Incitement

The following Facebook pages or posts related to UNRWA Jordan employees and institutions have been deleted, after UN Watch exposed them in a series of reports, found here (2017) and here (2015).

 
 
Deleted: A post by Adnan Serdanah, who identifies himself on his Facebook profile as an UNRWA employee, shared a video of a song calling for an attack on Tel Aviv.
(Screenshot available here)
 
 
 

 
 
 
Deleted: Hussam Khattib, who identifies himself on his Facebook profile as a teacher at UNRWA, shared a propaganda video from terrorist group Islamic Jihad.
(Screenshot available herehere and here)
 
 
 

 
 
 
Deleted: Yousef Elayyan, who identifies himself on his Facebook profile as an account officer at UNRWA, published a graphic Hamas propaganda video.
(Screenshot available here)
 
 
 


 
Deleted: Mohammed Al Jowhary of Jordan (aka Mohammad Jumah Al Jawhary), who identified himself on his Facebook Profile as an UNRWA teacher. His page contained numerous examples of the violent incitement on Mr. Jowahary’s Facebook timeline, as well as posts that use Jihadist language to describe those attacking Israelis as victims and sacred martyrs.
(Screenshot available here and here)
 
 
 
Deleted: UNRWA Jordan Schools page
Deleted: UNRWA Jordan posts an image that erases Israel from the map, the opposite of education for peace and co-existence. Image 1
(Screenshot available here.)
Deleted: UNRWA Jordan posts another image that erases Israel from the map. Image 2
(Screenshot available here)
Deleted: UNRWA Jordan posts an image of an UNRWA student wielding a knife in the classroom, while wrapped in a keffiyeh. As revealed in the comment posted by UNRWA Jordan, the knife-wielding boy is a student of the UNRWA school, and the men in the background who are smirking in approval are UNRWA teachers. Image 4
(Screenshot available here.)
Deleted: Comment by UNRWA Jordan on this post reveals that the boy dressed in a keffiyeh, and equipped with a knife inside the classroom, is reciting the poem “The Martyr” by Abdulrahim Mahmud. Comment 1
(Screenshot available here)
Deleted: UNRWA’s Manshiet Bani Hashim School page
Deleted: UNRWA’s Manshiet Bani Hashim School posts image of burning Israeli flag to celebrate devastation in Israel from wildfires. Image 1
(Screenshot available here)
Deleted: UNRWA’s Manshiet Bani Hashim School posts image of Israeli community burning during the November 2016 wave of fires, including from arson and terrorism. Image 2
(Screenshot available here)
Deleted: UNRWA’s Manshiet Bani Hashim School shows student artwork that erases Israel from the map, contradicting UNRWA’s promise to teach Palestinians peace and co-existence with Israel. Image 4 & Image 5.
(Screenshot available here and here)

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