UNRWA suddenly complains of Gaza protests when they're the target, as European managers flee to Israel


Germany’s Matthias Schmale, UNRWA’s Gaza chief (left) with UNRWA school principal Ahmad Nasser (right), 
who on Hitler and Jews says “he should not have left any of them.”

GENEVA, Oct. 2, 2018 – UNRWA’s European managers fled Gaza into Israel yesterday under threats from their own protesting employees. “Funny,” said UN Watch’s Hillel Neuer, “how when Hamas orchestrates violent attacks on Israel border — with guns, grenades, molotov cocktails & wire-cutters — UNRWA spokesman Chris Gunness tweets about Palestinians ‘exercising their right to protest’; yet now that UNRWA’s German and British managers are themselves the target, they cry out about a grave ‘security and safety risk’ and run for their lives to Israel. Hypocrites!”


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