United Nations employees allegedly helped carry out the Oct. 7 massacre of Jewish civilians. This recent revelation should be the top line in every newspaper around the world. And it should deprive that U.N. agency of both funding and any role in planning for Gaza’s future.
On Jan. 26, Philippe Lazzarini, the commissioner-general for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, acknowledged that “Israeli Authorities have provided UNRWA with information about the alleged involvement of several UNRWA employees in the horrific attacks on Israel” on Oct. 7. Lazzarini stated that he had “immediately terminated the contracts of these staff members.”
(Read the rest of CAMERA’s Jan. 30, 2024 Washington Examiner Op-Ed here)