Since its inception on October 24, 1945, the United Nations has professed a noble goal of preventing global conflicts, taking the mantle from the League of Nations. Yet, in a tragic twist of irony, the UN now stands accused of fanning the flames of conflict, especially against Israel, manipulated as it is by authoritarian regimes.
The stance of UN Secretary-General António Guterres exemplifies this disturbing trend. His remarks following the most brutal attack in Israel’s history, referencing “56 years of suffocating occupation,” do more than raise eyebrows – they stoke the fires of anti-Jewish sentiment painting the horrific violence of October 7 as a form of resistance Guterres appears to sanction the unspeakable, betraying the UN’s supposed impartiality.
The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) stands at the center of controversy. Established in 1949 to aid Palestinian refugees, its mandate has swollen to cover over 5 million individuals, including every descendant of male Palestine refugees. This deviation from standard UN refugee criteria not only perpetuates the refugee status ad infinitum but also ensure the conflict’s longevity.
UNRWA’s role is further tainted by its educational agenda. IMPACT-se’s reports unmask a curriculum rife with anti-Israel and anti-Jewish propaganda. This is not mere education; it is indoctrination, painting Jews as the archetypal villains in an imperialist narrative and glorifying violence against them. Such teachings are not just biased – they are incendiary.
Israeli journalist Almog Boker’s chilling report alleges a young Israeli hostage’s ordeal – 50 days of captivity, starvation, and abuse at the hands of a UNRWA teacher. If true, this is not just a failure of an individual but indicative of a deeply flawed system.
Then there’s the matter of UN Women. Tasked with championing gender equality and women’s rights, their response to the Hamas-led massacre on October 7 – involving rape and murder – Their belated statement, retracted almost as soon as it was made, speaks volumes. Is this silence not a form of complicity?
The evidence is damning, pointing to a UN that not only fails to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict but actively contributed to genocide. This compelling evidence demands not only a thorough reevaluation but an urgent overhaul of these organizations. The UN, particularly UNRWA and UN Women, appears to be exacerbating rather than mitigating the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It’s time for a decisive action: American taxpayer dollars must cease flowing into these organizations. Funding them means underwriting the radicalization of Palestinian youth against Israel and the non-Muslim world. Such financial support from the United States, or any peace-loving nation, for entities that propagate hatred and violence, is unconscionable. We must demand accountability and insist on funding only those organizations that genuinely seek peace and uphold true educational and humanitarian values.
Following the events of October 7, we must unite to voice our concerns. We call on you to urge President Biden to cut funding to the United Nations, an entity implicated in these atrocities.
1. Call the White House: 202-456-1111.
2. Demand the US cuts UN funding.
3. Share this message widely.
Your voice is powerful. Let’s make a difference together!