After complaints from U.N. Watch, a United Nations school outside Damascus was forced to take down its Facebook page, which had featured "crude, anti-Semitic caricatures (...) that incite to the murder of Jews."
According to TheBlaze.com, the site was connected with the UN Relief and Works Agency's Rameh school, based in the Jaramaneh camp.
The cartoons depict "terrorist attacks against Jews using vehicles, calling it a 'car intifada.'"
This refers to "a string of Palestinian vehicular assaults last fall. One attack in October in Jerusalem killed a U.S. citizen, 3-month-old Chaya Zissel Braun, and 22-year-old Ecuadoran citizen Karen Jemima Mosquera."
U.N. Watch reminded Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in its complain that "the U.N.’s special relief agency for Palestinians [UNRWA], had received some $400 million from the U.S. last year in exchange for its signed promise to refrain from supporting terrorism and to uphold neutrality."
(Photo credit: United Nations)
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