Euronews: The UNRWA case reveals a much larger problem with humanitarian aid


CEP CEO Ambassador Mark D. Wallace and CEP Senior Director Dr. Hans-Jakob Schindler write: "Evidence implicating UNRWA employees in the 7 October terrorist attacks should come as no surprise to anyone who has followed the activities of the UN’s agency for Palestinian refugees closely. 

Allegations that some UNRWA workers were in fact Hamas operatives are merely the latest iteration of a much larger problem plaguing the international aid sector. 

A stunning lack of oversight and regulation of humanitarian funds over the past several decades has allowed untold billions in taxpayer money to make their way into terrorists’ coffers."

February 12, 2024
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