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Zionists incite hatred towards UNWRA

Zionists incite hatred towards UNWRA
A Shalom Kiwi Press Release UN agency continues to incite anti-Semitic violence claims that the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) is guilty ofinciting Jihadist terrorism and anti-Semitism. Shalom Kiwi bases its comments on the reports from the Zionist organisation UN Watch. The term 'incitement' is at present fashionable among Zionist propagandists who use it now to demonise the Palestinian victims of Israel's brutal military Occupation. It is as if the Palestinian people's reaction to the everyday horrors of life under foreign military Occupation should be seen as somehow commensurate with the brutalities inflicted by the Occupying power. One dictionary definition describes incitement as“something that incites or provokes”. The online Merriam Webster Dictionary gives an example of the use of the term 'incite' as follows: “The news incited widespread fear and paranoia.” Well the daily experience for Palestinians, both within Israel and the territories beyond, is certainly fearsome and Israel intends it to be so – as a matter of policy.
If Shalom Kiwi is actually accusing UNWRA of inciting anti-Jewish violence then why don't they say, unequivocally, 'anti-Jewish'? The pro-Israel, Zionist website's use of the term 'anti-Semitic' in preference to 'anti-Jewish' is, perhaps, in order to hide the fact that the Palestinian victims of European Zionism's brutal colonialism and land theft are themselves a Semitic people. Conflating criticism of Israel with what Zionists would call 'anti-Semitism' is another example of Zionist circumlocution.
Yehuda Shaul, co-founder of the whistle-blowing group of Israeli soldiers, Breaking the Silence,writing in the Guardian earlier this month reveals the malevolence of Israel's intentions towardsthe Palestinian people and describes his personal experience of the Israeli Army's role in enforcing Zionist rule. It is grim reading but Shalom Kiwi and UN Watch, rather than join those Israelis who bravely attempt to bring Israel's inhumanities to an end, remain keen to divert attention and defend the Zionist regime's conduct. The Jerusalem Post describes Hillel Neuer, the Executive Director of UN Watch, as “a Zionist at the United Nations” and “an outspoken Israel advocate.” Neuer describes criticism of Israel as “the new anti-Semitism.”
UN Resolution 1514 affirms that the subjection of peoples to alien subjugation, domination and exploitation constitutes a denial of fundamental human rights and is contrary to the Charter of the United Nations”. Israel's defiance of international law and brutal human rights violations are what cause international outrage and that is well documented.

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