The latest release of a documentary by the Israel Resource News Agency exposes the ongoing scandal of how UNRWA, the organization established to deal with Palestinian Arab refugees, continues to not only perpetuate the problem but is itself the prime culprit in helping to foster hate and incitement against the Jewish State.

Previous documentaries have highlighted how UNRWA schools and summer camps have been used by Hamas to indoctrinate children. They have also demonstrated how this donor funded body is complicit in keeping the refugees in squalid camps rather than actively pursuing a policy of resettlement, rehabilitation and reconciliation.

Now, this latest documentary shines the spotlight on how UNRWA behaved during the recent Gaza war when thousands of rockets were stored and fired from or near facilities managed by them. Facts revealed by this startling exposé should make all donor nations (including Australia and New Zealand) wake up once and for all as to how their aid money is possibly being spent. Shocking scenes as recorded in this documentary should also call into question the role being played by an organization which has received millions of dollars over the last 66 years.

Finally but most importantly it should prompt the following questions:

What happened to the rockets discovered in UNRWA schools?

UNRWA claims they were handed over to the “local authorities.” That in effect means that they were handed over to Hamas which stored and fired them in the first place!

Where are they now?

What happened to the investigation promised by UNRWA?

Where are the remaining rockets?

In the light of revelations starkly revealed in this documentary, what confidence can donor nations have in the excuses made by UNRWA spokespersons?

Watch this documentary and then decide whether you need more answers from your local MP.

Michael Kuttner is a Jewish New Zealander who for many years was actively involved with various communal organisations connected to Judaism and Israel. He now lives in Israel and is J-Wire’s correspondent in the region.

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