Palestinian "refugees" march under an UNRWA banner. (Nasser Ishtayeh/Flash90) (Nasser Ishtayeh/Flash90)

Marcus Sheff, CEO of IMPACT-se, discusses the need for “absolute transparency” into UNRWA activities, including the promotion of hate by teachers.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) for Palestine refugees is in trouble again, as the organization responds to a recent and damning report by the independent monitoring group UN Watch.

UNRWA, however, is not opening an internal investigation into the allegations, but only a partial one.

UNRWA will be probing only 10 of the 22 accused persons, saying that despite UN Watch’s “deep history of unfounded and politically driven assertions,” UNRWA has a zero-tolerance policy for hatred.