UNRWA teacher glorifies Har Nof massacre
UNRWA teacher glorifies Har Nof massacreScreenshot

Pressure is building on UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency), the UN agency responsible for Palestinian Arab "refugees," as evidence mounts of a rampant culture of anti-Semitism among its employees.

A recent expose by the UN Watch NGO revealed that teachers in UNRWA-run schools were posting graphic images encouraging anti-Semitic stereotypes and terrorist attacks against Jews, and even glorifying Nazism.

But despite a direct appeal to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, the only response so far has been a slew of personal attacks by UNRWA's official spokesman Chris Gunness against UN Watch and its director, human rights campaigner Hillel Nueur.

The images highlighted by UN Watch are only the tip of the iceberg. Pro-Israel blogger Elder of Ziyon has been releasing a seemingly-endless stream of similar, often violent images posted by UNRWA employees.

A particularly shocking Facebook status was highlighted Sunday, uploaded by an UNRWA teacher in Jordan named Eiad Hindi shortly after the Har Nof massacre last year.

The attack last November on innocent worshipers at a synagogue in the Jerusalem suburb of Har Nof was carried out by two Palestinian terrorists, armed with meat-cleavers, knives and a pistol. Four worshipers and a police officer were murdered and several others were left with horrific injuries before the terrorists were shot dead.

The brutal attack shocked Israel, but triggered joyful celebrations among Palestinians in Gaza, Judea-Samaria and even Jerusalem, where the terrorists were from.

UNRWA teacher Eiad Hindi was particularly pleased as well, posting this graphic hailing the attacks:

Eiad Hindi's Facebook post celebrating Har Nof massacre
Eiad Hindi's Facebook post celebrating Har Nof massacreScreenshot

The text reads: This is the way #Intifada_of_Jerusalem // #Jerusalem's_Elite // The time is near, oh Jerusalem.

UNRWA has still not issued an official response to the concerns raised by UN Watch.