UN voices outrage over Gaza school strike
Israel confirms firing on a target near UNRWA school, which left at least 10 people dead.
The UN expressed outrage after another deadly Israeli strike on one of its schools in the southern city of Rafah killed at least 10 people, in the third such incident within 10 days.
UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon strongly condemnedÂ Sunday’s shelling, calling it “a moral outrage and a criminal act.”
Yes. The Arabs should be stopped from shooting rockets into Israel, but Ban is not outraged about that.
The United Nations, predictably, has condemned Israel for defending itself, suggesting that Israel may have committed war crimes in fighting to protect its citizens from rockets and terror tunnels as Hamas hides and fights among Palestinian civilians. In fact it is the UN itself that is likely to have committed war crimes in this conflict, and it should be subject to criminal inquiry.
Specifically, the UN Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) should be investigated for the crime of hiding weapons in its Gaza schoolsâ€”offensive weapons, at that, which have no purpose other than killing Israel civilians.Â Three schoolsÂ have “discovered” rockets so far, and though UNRWA denies it, Israel suspects UNRWA has given the rockets back to Hamasâ€”the “local authorities.”
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