July 28, 2014
Every person with a conscience can agree that Hamas storing
rockets beneath a children's school is evil. When the UN funded school
administrators return the ‘hidden' Hamas rockets to the local Gaza
police, run by Hamas, then the U.N. system is poisoned to its core.
For the second time this week, Hamas rocket caches have been found
under children's schools run by the United Nations Relief and Works
Agency (UNWRA) creating a disturbing pattern that can no longer be
ignored or dismissed as an isolated event. On July 16 the UNWRA found 20
Hamas rockets beneath its school for displaced children. These 20
hidden rockets from July 16 were returned to Hamas just as this most
recent rocket cache was returned to Hamas.
Hamas buries these missiles under schools because they know Israel
will not risk harming children. For Hamas and the Palestinian
Authority, putting their children in harms way is a small matter to
them. Once these Palestinian children human shields are hurt, Hamas will
parade the corpses in front of the international media, then label
themselves as victims of Israeli aggression. Could you sacrifice your
children, for a temporary public relations victory, as a tactic of war?
"In Jerusalem, such assertions are rejected, even ridiculed, with officials charging that the weaponry was returned to Hamas.
"The rockets were passed on to the government authorities in Gaza,
which is Hamas. In other words, UNRWA handed to Hamas rockets that could
well be shot at Israel," a senior Israeli official told The Times of
Another senior official pointed out that UNRWA has a
history of letting Hamas use its facilities for its terrorist
activities. "Time and again, over the years, UNRWA has been abused by
gunmen from different terrorist factions who are using UN facilities to
stockpile weapons, to fire rockets from, to steal UNRWA humanitarian
equipment and to cause damage and fire in UNRWA's hangars," a senior
Foreign Ministry official told The Times of Israel."
The July 22, State Department Daily Press Briefing below is surreal
considering the Hamas decision to use Palestinian women and children as
human shields. It is beyond belief that President Obama's
administration does not make the evil of using human shields a talking
Transcript from the July 22 State Department Daily Brief:
QUESTION: Sorry, back on UNRWA again. So I'm just looking at the - there wasn't -
MS. HARF: I love when you email people and you -
QUESTION: There - I didn't - no, I didn't email anybody. I got -
MS. HARF: You're looking at your phone going back.
QUESTION: Well, I am. But I'm looking at an UNRWA statement that just came out -
MS. HARF: Okay.
QUESTION: - that says, in fact, that yes, there was another - a second cache found.
MS. HARF: Okay. I can check on that. I'm not familiar with it.
QUESTION: And they say they're taking all appropriate measures. Now
after the - to deal with this stuff, these rockets - after this first
incident, and you're saying that the result was unacceptable, what's
your understanding of what all appropriate measures are for UNRWA to do
with this cache of rockets?
MS. HARF: I don't know where the
conversation - I know we're having conversations with them about what
other options exist. I'll check and see where they stand. I hadn't seen
the report of the second one; I'm happy to get more information.
QUESTION: Okay. It just seems very bizarre that rockets that are -
that you condemn are being handed by a UN agency back to the local
MS. HARF: A UN agency, to be fair, that's not armed, that's -
QUESTION: I understand that.
MS. HARF: Well, no, no, no, but you
get to make your point; I get to make mine. So they are a UN agency
that's unarmed, that is not equipped to deal with these kind of things.
They did not make the right decision and no one's - we're certainly
not saying that. But let's give them a little bit of a benefit of the
doubt here that it is difficult. But we are working with them to make
sure there are better options.
QUESTION: Okay. But while you give them the benefit of the doubt, they give Hamas their rockets back, and those rockets can -
MS. HARF: Okay. You're making sweeping generalizations again.
QUESTION: Well, no, I'm not. I mean, I think that's -
Well, I don't know who they - we'll check and see who the local
authorities were they gave them to, and let's not jump to conclusions
here before we have all the facts. That's all I'm saying.
QUESTION: All right.
You must understand, what you just read is the official position of President Obama's administration.
President Obama's Administration is more concerned about providing
cover for the UNWRA and Hamas, a State Department designated Foreign
U.N. Human Rights Council Acts As A Proxy For Hamas
GENEVA, July 23 (Reuters)
- The United Nations on Wednesday launched an international inquiry
into human rights violations and crimes that may have been committed by
Israel during its military offensive in the Gaza Strip.
The U.N. Human Rights Council condemned the Israeli assault which
it said had involved "disproportionate and indiscriminate attacks",
including aerial bombing of civilian areas, collective punishment, and
the killing of more than 650 Palestinians. At the end of an
emergency session, the 47-member forum adopted a resolution presented
by Palestinians by a vote of 29 states in favor, 1 against (the United
States) with 17 abstentions (including all nine European Union
"We came here to try to achieve together with you at least
minimum justice for children who are being dismembered, for women whose
bodies are lying in the streets, to find some justice for those who
are being exterminated," said Ibrahim Khraishi, ambassador of the
Palestinian observer mission to the U.N. in Geneva. Israel
and its ally United States rejected the probe, calling it one-sided
and counterproductive amid efforts to clinch a ceasefire. Israel has
observer status at the talks. U.S. ambassador Keith Harper,
calling for a vote, said that the resolution was "destructive" and a
"political and biased instrument".
"Once again, this Council fails to address the situation in
Israel and in the Palestinian territories with any semblance of balance.
There is no mention of indiscriminate rocket attacks by Hamas into
Israel or the tunnels used to cause mayhem," he said.
U.N. Secretary Generals Tie To The Terrorist State Qatr
On Monday, United Nations Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon was shuttled around the Middle East on a Qatari-chartered private jet.
According to Newsweek, Ban's spokesman, Stephane Dujarric, said, "It
was the Qatari government [that] very generously chartered a plane for
the secretary general to enable him to go about his visit." Qatar is
the chief ally for terrorist organization Hamas and The Muslim
According to Israel's Channel 2, Peres said, "The world must protest
against Qatar, which is now one of the largest financiers of terrorism
in the world. Qatar is funding the murder of innocent people in Gaza
and its money sponsors rockets and tunnels. There is a limit to
cynicism, but [Qatar's] crime is being committed in broad daylight."
How can any reasonable person not conclude the United Nations, from the
top down, has an institutional bias against Israel and the United
States in support of The Muslim Brotherhood and it terrorist proxies.
President Obama should have instructed the State Department to make
two statements. First, unconditionally condemn Hamas for using
children as human shields, in violation of international law and calling
the practice a barbaric cowardly act. Second, stop all U.S. funding
to the UNWRA until an independent investigation determines the true
nature of the UNWRA's working relationship with Hamas.
As you see all these Pro Hamas Palestinian rallies popping up all
over the country think about what must lie in the hearts of these Muslim
protestors. You will not see signs against Hamas using children as
human shields. Therefore, one can only conclude that deep down the Hamas
supporters living amongst us condone using their women and children as
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