AP Slips, Publishes Truth About UN Schools in Gaza
An Associated Press article extolling the wonderfulness of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) makes a surprising admission about the hatred routinely taught in their schools: UN’s role in Gaza rises among the rubble.
In one classroom Saturday, when UNRWA schools reopened, a Palestinian teacher was filmed asking children about their trauma during the war. The unidentified teacher then told the children that Palestinians have to “wage war against them (Israelis) until they leave their land,” and asked her students, aged about 8, how they should react.
Two children in the class suggested hurling stones or rockets back at Israel. “Okay,” the teacher said, apparently summing up her class’ position. “We throw rockets at them, we throw stones at them,” she said.
Ging said such behavior is “completely unacceptable,” and will be “dealt with in the most severest of fashions.” He said the teacher would likely be removed once identified.