UNRWA schools continue to promote incitement and right of return, despite recent statements by the new UNRWA Commissioner promising an end to war education in UNRWA schools. UNRWA youth continue to launch terror balloons into Israel, in line with the promise to continue the armed struggle against the Jewish State.
Incitement to Return examines the fundamental core of UNRWA education and values - the 'right of return.' UNRWA students display their hate and enmity for Israel. Their 'return' to what is now Israel, will be through war and violence, not peace and reconciliation. These values are found in Palestinian textbooks issued by the Palestinian Ministry of Education, used in UNRWA schools. For the first time in 32 years of UNRWA news coverage, we discern that UNRWA school children sing songs in their classrooms of exterminating the Jews.
This film follows activists and youngsters in the Aida refugee camp in Bethlehem, reflecting on the values they learn in UNRWA schools. An ideology of armed struggle is a consistent theme in UNRWA refugee camps.
Profile of Mohammad Assaf: UNRWA Goodwill Ambassador for Peace
Mohammad Assaf, who grew up in an UNRWA refugee camp in Gaza's Khan Younis, was named the UNRWA 'Goodwill Ambassador for Peace.' He is now one of the most popular Palestinian singers today, yet his message of armed resistance and 'right of return' through force of arms is in direct contradiction to a UN organization, whose motto is 'Peace Starts Here...'
The Center for Near East Policy Research held a special event on April 2, 2019 featuring diplomats and public officials in order to address the recent attacks against the state of Israel. Our center has been monitoring the situation in Gaza for some time as well as the preparations for the missile attacks on Tel-Aviv and the South.
The human tragedy of life in the UNRWA refugee camp of Shuafat, in the heart of Jerusalem and the detrimental effect on its' residents. Crime, terror, drugs, mismanagement and filth are some of the scourges of daily life in Shuafat.
The Center for Near East Policy Research produced it's latest film shot on location on the Gaza border in the summer of 2018, showing how UNRWA's dangerous 'right of return' policy is the ideological foundation with which the next generation of children are brainwashed to believe. This film is one of many produced with the intention of shining a light on the plight of the Palestinian refugees and their children, refugees unto the 3rd and 4th generation, who are used as cannon fodder in the greater Arab-Israeli wars.
UNRWA encourages Palestinian refugees to take their 'right of return' through violence and force of arms, as is demonstrated in the bloody 'March of the Return' at the Israel-Gaza border, where dozens have been killed in violent riots.
With billions of assets which may soon be unfrozen for Iran, this film interviews boy and girl students from UNRWA schools in Gaza, as they learned to become child soldiers at Hamas military training camps this summer ,using a massive weapons arsenal provided by Teheran. All interviews were conducted on location in Gaza.
This short film shows how Hamas continues to indoctrinate children to engage in acts of terror. Shot on location in Gaza, the film features interviews with leaders of Hamas and students who live in UNRWA facilities and number 17,000 young teens now being recruited and exploited for Hamas' army.
UNRWA has been hijacked by Hamas, as the 'Protective Edge' War revealed rockets stored and fired from UNRWA facilites. Students indoctrinated to wage war and jihad in hamas-run kutla (youth) clubs and schools with Hamas-run teachers unions.
UNRWA educational policies, textbooks, comparing UNRWA to UNHCR, re-settling a Palestinian refugee family in Chile, UNRWA questionable policies, interviews with UNRWA staff and profiles of UNRWA students turned suicide killers. Highlighting the terror groups operating within UNRWA facilities.
Exposing the UNRWA policies promoting ‘right of return’ through armed struggle, a look at UNRWA schools, camps, educational policies and ‘Nakba Day’ activities. An interview with UNRWA spokesman, Chris Gunness.
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