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Attack on Israel: Ten UNRWA employees are said to have belonged to Hamas

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Attack on Israel: Ten UNRWA employees are said to have belonged to Hamas

It’s about taking hostages, weapons and a massacre in a kibbutz with 97 dead: The New York TimesAccording to its own statements, it has been given access to documents that show what specific allegations Israel is making against employees of the UN Palestinian relief agency UNRWA. The US government is said to have received the documents from Israel on Friday.

Accordingly, Israel accuses twelve UNRWA employees of being involved in the attacks on October 7th, in which around 1,200 people were killed in Israel and 240 others were abducted to the Gaza Strip. The UN aid agency has now separated from nine of the accused. According to UNRWA, two more are dead. Several countries, including the USA and Germany, have stopped their payments to the aid organization in light of the allegations.

Israeli intelligence is said to have detected border crossings

Six of the accused men entered Israeli territory on October 7th, reports New York Times citing the Israeli documents. This can be derived from cell phone data evaluated by the secret service. Three men received text messages in which they were ordered to collection points on October 7th. A man was asked to bring rocket-propelled grenades from his house.

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The Israeli secret service identified further suspects through cell phone surveillance, the newspaper reports. Those affected discussed their involvement in the attacks on the phone.

Israel is loud NOW assumes that ten of the accused are members of Hamas. Another suspect is said to be connected to the terrorist organization Islamic Jihad, which was also involved in the October 7 attacks.

Seven teachers among those accused

According to the report, seven of the suspects were teachers who taught mathematics or Arabic at UNRWA schools in the Gaza Strip. Two others are also said to have been employed at schools, but in different roles. The three other suspects are said to have been an administrative employee, a social worker and the person in charge of a warehouse.

Israel makes the most detailed allegations loudly NOW against a counselor from Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip. He and his son are said to have been involved in the kidnapping of a woman from Israel. A social worker from Nuseirat is said to have helped bring the body of an Israeli soldier to the Gaza Strip. He is also said to have provided the terrorists with ammunition and coordinated vehicles on the day of the attacks.

UN Secretary-General António Guterres expressed shock at the allegations against UNRWA employees on Sunday. He announced that all those who took part in acts of terrorism would be prosecuted. At the same time, the Secretary General appealed to the countries supporting the aid organization to continue their payments.

According to its own information, UNRWA is the largest employer in the Gaza Strip with 13,000 employees. Among other things, it runs schools in the Palestinian territory and looks after people in refugee camps.

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It’s about taking hostages, weapons and a massacre in a kibbutz with 97 dead: The New York TimesAccording to its own statements, it has been given access to documents that show what specific allegations Israel is making against employees of the UN Palestinian relief agency UNRWA. The US government is said to have received the documents from Israel on Friday.

Accordingly, Israel accuses twelve UNRWA employees of being involved in the attacks on October 7th, in which around 1,200 people were killed in Israel and 240 others were abducted to the Gaza Strip. The UN aid agency has now separated from nine of the accused. According to UNRWA, two more are dead. Several countries, including the USA and Germany, have stopped their payments to the aid organization in light of the allegations.

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