Opinion: The U.N.’s historic anti-Israel bias is evident in reports that UNRWA employees participated in Oct. 7
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Opinion: The U.N.’s historic anti-Israel bias is evident in reports that UNRWA employees participated in Oct. 7

Author, The Denver Post, February 4, 2024

Following its most recent U.N. debacle, it’s time for the United States to stop writing blank checks to the United Nations. 

For U.N. observers, anti-Israel bias has long been part of the fabric of the United Nations, which has simultaneously turned a blind eye to many atrocities committed by other nations. 

To put the crisis at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) story in proper perspective, it is worth exploring the U.N.’s relationship with Israel, the only democracy in the Middle East.

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