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What they are teaching kids in UNRWA schools and summer camps

Endowment for Middle East Truth (EMET) Webinar

The precursors for the Oct. 7 massacres began 75 years ago. Beginning with approximately 700,000 Palestinian refugees from the original 1948 War of Independence of the state of Israel, refugee status has been passed down from generation to generation. Not only has this status been bequeathed, along with the “right of return” to cities and towns that are inside of Israel, but so has a steady and constant indoctrination in profound hatred of the Jew, and even instruction in military tactics to teach children to be able to overcome and conquer the Jewish state within UNRWA schools and summer camps.

This webinar will show real-time footage of how these children are being indoctrinated to hate and kill, which constitutes the worst sort of child abuse imaginable.

About the Speaker: David Bedein is director of the Center for Near East Policy Research. For the past 25 years, he and his center have focused on the sort of education that Palestinian children are being exposed to in their UNRWA schools and summer camps. He has reported for The Jerusalem Post, CNN Radio, Makor Rishon, the New York Post, The Philadelphia Inquirer and Jewish World Review. For four years, he served as the Middle East correspondent for The Bulletin, writing 1,062 articles until the newspaper ceased operation in 2010. Bedein has covered attempts at Middle East negotiations centered around Israel in major cities of the world. He lives in Efrat with his family.

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