UN Workers Kidnapped Israeli Woman, Took Part In Massacre | Report Details Shocking 'Crimes' | Hindustan Times
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UN Workers Kidnapped Israeli Woman, Took Part In Massacre | Report Details Shocking 'Crimes'

The New York Times has published details of alleged UN crimes amid the Israel-Hamas war in Gaza. The report cites a U.S. government dossier that lists 'proof' submitted by Israeli intelligence against UNRWA employees in Gaza. The dossier reveals that 12 UNRWA officials helped Hamas in their October 7 attack against Israel. As per the NYT, one UNRWA official helped to kidnap an Israeli woman, while another participated in the massacre at Kibbutz Be'eri. Japan has now joined 10 nations in suspending funding to UNRWA after UN suspended 9 of its employees and launched a probe in the accusations. Watch for more details.

 
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