Response to UN’s Gaza inquiry press conference

UN Watch rejects the findings expressed by the UN’s Gaza inquiry at their recent press conference, for the reasons described below. The UN Human Rights Council’s commission of inquiry into Israel’s “assault” on “civilian protests” at the Gaza border held a press conference …

Breaking: UN Watch rejects findings of report by UN Commission of Inquiry on Gaza violence

March 5, 2019 – The independent human rights group UN Watch today released its initial response to the UN Commission of Inquiry’s report accusing Israel of “crimes against humanity” against so-called “peaceful protesters” at the Gaza border. UN Watch engaged in a lengthy …

UNRWA’s Anti-Peace Curriculum Violates UN Charter

In the wake of U.S. threats to cut aid to the U.N. relief agency for Palestinians, a look at UNRWA textbooks—which deny Jewish rights in Palestine and erase Israel from the map—shows that the agency is violating the basic tenets of the U.N. Charter by fostering conflict instead of maintaining peace and harming …

U.S. Withholds Over $100 Million in UNRWA Funding After Palestinians Reject U.S. Peace Push

Time Line of Events Leading up to U.S. Freeze of UNRWA Funding Dec. 6, 2017 – Trump issues statement officially recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital: “But today, we finally acknowledge the obvious: that Jerusalem is Israel’s capital.  This is nothing more, or less, than a recognition of reality.  It …

U.N.’s Own Audit Found UNRWA Vulnerable to “Graft and Corruption”

  A flurry of statements and articles by Sweden, the New York Times, and Foreign Policy, want us to believe that a U.S. reduction in its $360 million annual funding of UNRWA would bring humanitarian disaster and threaten international peace and stability. But according to a little-known internal audit, the …