The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) has come under fire after the New York Times broke the story that twelve UNRWA staff members took part in the 7 October massacre in which Hamas terrorists murdered around 1,200 people, mostly Israeli and some foreign civilians.
The revelations are based on detailed intelligence reports that tracked the employees’ cell phones to sites where Israeli civilians were killed as well as documents recovered from Hamas terrorists, both living and dead.
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