Thursday, November 17, 2016

Justin Trudeau is giving $25 million to UNRWA, a UN group with terrorist ties.

The Rebel

Hamas is the Palestinian version of ISIS.

And thanks to Justin Trudeau, Canada will now be sending $25 million to UNRWA, the United Nations Relief and Work Agency which has well-documented ties to Hamas.

Here, let me explain:


The ties between UNRWA and Hamas are so close that the Harper Conservatives had removed UNRWA from their list of development partners.

But now, the Liberals have decided to give aid money to arguably the least deserving Palestinian "aid" organization.

UNRWA is a group with a long history of teaching hatred towards Israel and Jews in UNRWA run schools.

They also have a history of letting UNRWA properties, like hospitals and schools, be used by Hamas to hide rockets and explosives. Hamas does this because they know that Israel will often not bomb a location with weapons if there are innocent bystanders around.

Essentially, UNRWA allows Hamas to use its properties as human shields. Using human shields for weapons is not only immoral but also a war crime.

Yet the Liberals are happy to reinstate funding for UNRWA.

We have been petitioning the Trudeau government on this for months. We don’t think Canadian tax dollars should be going to a group with terrorist ties.

We started our Stop Helping Hamas campaign 10 months ago. After that, the Trudeau Liberals denied they had plans to refund UNRWA.

Then, while Justin Trudeau is out of the country, hanging out with Cuba's Castro brothers, his government announces funds for a terror-linked group.

Maybe this is what he meant by "Canada is back..."

Remember, I'm on your side,

Brian Lilley

P.S. If you think this is wrong and should be stopped, I’m asking you to sign our petition by clicking here.

If you have already signed the petition, then please share this video on Facebook so that your friends and family, your fellow Canadians, know what is being done in their name.

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