February 1, 2024
The Times’ Patrick Kingsley specializes in peddling homicidal Israeli propaganda: the al-Shifa hospital Hamas command-and-control center; the 450 miles of Hamas tunnels; the humanitarian IDF operational orders. And now the evil UNRWA-Hamas axis. This certifiable slime bucket reported on January 28 that “The accusations are contained in a dossier provided to the United States government that details Israel’s claims against a dozen employees of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency who, it says, played a role in the Hamas attacks against Israel on Oct. 7 or in their aftermath.” (“Details Emerge on U.N. Workers Accused of Aiding Hamas Raid”) Before presenting it to UNRWA, Israel first passed the “dossier” to Kingsley because he’s such an obedient tool. Even if the allegations were true—a humongous IF when it comes to Israel—what would they prove except that these Hamas militants kept day jobs among UNRWA’s 13,000 employees? Not even Israel alleges that UNRWA was privy to the Hamas plans. But, true to form, Kingsley lied. Citing the identical “dossier,” Sky News reported today that “Four of them [Hamas members employed by UNWRA] were allegedly involved in kidnapping Israelis, while another worker is said to have provided ‘logistics support.'” (“Israeli Intelligence Report Claims Four UNRWA Staff in Gaza Involved in Hamas Kidnappings”) So, instead of 12 out of 13,000 UNRWA employees, the total alleged by Israel is less than half that number. Salivating at the prospect of starving Gaza’s children to death, Kingsley couldn’t refrain from embellishing the Israeli figure.