THE UN is investigating claims its aid workers were involved in terror atrocities in Israel.
Twelve staff at the United Nations Relief and Works Agency — the UN’s Palestinian refugee arm — have had their contracts terminated.
Abandoned and torched vehicles shown near the Supernova desert music festival in the wake of Hamas’ October 7 attackAFP via Getty
UNRWA commissioner-general Philippe Lazzarini said: “Any employee who was involved in acts of terror will be held accountable, including through criminal prosecution.”
Monitors also found social media posts in which teachers based in Gaza “openly celebrated” outrages which included a massacre at the Supernova desert music festival.
One wrote: “Reality surpasses our wildest dreams.”
A head said the slaughter was “redressing” Palestinian grievances.
Meanwhile the UN’s top court told Israel to “take all measures to prevent genocidal acts in Gaza” after South Africa levelled mass murder claims.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu branded the ruling “outrageous” and pledged his country will “continue to defend ourselves while adhering to international law”.
No10 vowed to stand by Israel.
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