UNRWA complicit with Israelis killing Palestinians

Days of Palestine, Gaza –Israeli occupation army has for the third time on Wednesday accused Palestinian fighters of using UN schools in Gaza for hiding weapons. UN always condemns and calls for siding civil facilities from the conflict. In a previous statement, UN said that it discovered rockets hidden in a vacant school in the Gaza Strip. However, it did not give any proof for what it had said. It called this violation of international law. “UNRWA strongly and unequivocally condemns the group or groups responsible for this flagrant violation of the inviolability of its premises under international law,” the statement said. When the Israeli occupation targeted a UN school last week and killed 17 civilians taking refuge in the school and wounded tens others, it kept silent. On Tuesday night, another massive attack on a UN school killed 13 civilians and wounded more than 60 deserved only a brief statement by the UN Special Coordinator for the Peace Process Robert Serry saying: “The Special Coordinator is deeply concerned about this incident and other violations of UN premises.” The statement issued by his office added: “He [Serry] condemns the loss of civilian lives, including United Nations personnel, in these incidents.” When the Israeli occupation issues mere lies about Palestinians, the UN trusts it and condemns Palestinian. When the Israeli occupation commits crimes against Palestinians and violates UN sovereignty in the Palestinian territories, the UN either keeps silent or condemns the occupation and the Palestinians together. It is worth mentioning that the Israeli occupation on Tuesday targeted a UN vehicle, killing a doctor and wounded several others. According to UN statistics, more than 215,000 displaced Gazans are living in the UN premises, mainly schools, along the Gaza Strip.

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