UN Gives Hamas Rockets Back After They Were Found in One of Their Schools


The United Nations has been a joke for a long time, possibly since its inception, but the newest stunt they’ve pulled has taken them from laughingstock to terror enabler. After discovering that Hamas had rockets in a United Nations school, UN officials responded by… giving the rockets back to Hamas.

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The UN agency for Palestinian Arab “refugees,” UNRWA, has caused outrage by apparently giving rockets to Hamas.

On Thursday, UNRWA confirmed that 20 rockets had been found in one of its vacant schools in Gaza.

UNRWA staff said last week that they had “informed the relevant parties and successfully took all necessary measures for the removal of the objects.”

However, Channel 2 reports Sunday that — rather than destroying the rockets — UNRWA workers called Hamas to come remove them.

While UNRWA confirmed the existence of rockets in one of its schools last week, the organization refused an Israeli request to provide a picture of the weapons. A picture could have helped Israel show that Hamas uses civilian institutions to store weapons and launch attacks.

The UN has just been caught arming a designated terror group whose aim is to wipe Israel off the map, while also calling for an Israeli ceasefire. But no worries — Obama surely has a sternly worded letter for them, or perhaps a hashtag campaign to clear this whole mess up.

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