Netanyahu plays LP film on UNRWA incitement for Kerry

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu plays footage from film, co-produced by The Lawfare Project, for U.S Secretary of State John Kerry depicting UNRWA’s illegal indoctrination of Palestinian children

As reported by The Algemeiner and Israel’s Walla News, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu recently played footage for U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry from the short film Camp Jihad, co-produced by The Lawfare Project and the Center for Near East Policy Research.

The footage shows a teacher at an UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East) school indoctrinating students on “martyrdom” and “echoing the claim that all of Israel belongs to the Arabs.” It was reportedly presented to Secretary Kerry during his November 2013 shuttle diplomacy trip to the Middle East.

The Lawfare Project’s report on the troubling activities taking place at UNRWA’s summer camp and schools, as well as potential legal implications of the United States’ continued unbridled funding of UNRWA, can be read here.

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