Another evidence of UNRWA’s collaboration with HAMAS – WZO

Another evidence of UNRWA’s collaboration with HAMAS

An underground tunnel used by HAMAS terrorists was discovered beneath the main building of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) in the Gaza Strip. The tunnel, which was 700 meters long and located at a depth of 18 meters, was equipped with blast-proof doors. Servers and […]

An underground tunnel used by HAMAS terrorists was discovered beneath the main building of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) in the Gaza Strip.

The tunnel, which was 700 meters long and located at a depth of 18 meters, was equipped with blast-proof doors. Servers and other computer equipment were found in the tunnel’s rooms. Moreover, fiber optic cables and electrical wires from these rooms led to the UNRWA headquarters building. The entrance to the tunnel was located near a school managed by the UN agency.

UNRWA chief Philippe Lazzarini stated that he and his staff were unaware of the existence of a terrorist tunnel beneath their building in the Gaza Strip. According to him, the office ceased operations on October 12, 2023, and since then, UNRWA representatives have not been present there.

It is difficult to imagine that the leadership of UNRWA and the UN were not aware of the tunnel constructed and operational beneath the UNRWA headquarters in the Gaza Strip, especially since it was dug and equipped with equipment before the events of October 7.

During the inspection of the UNRWA headquarters building itself, which houses offices of various humanitarian and international organizations, a large cache of weapons was found, including rifles, ammunition, grenades, and explosives. Documents found in the offices confirmed that these premises were used by HAMAS terrorists.

12 Feb 2024
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