The UN Hamas Alliance Physically Uncovered

 

Directly beneath UNRWA’s Gaza headquarters, IDF uncovers top secret Hamas data center | The Times of Israel

No metaphor here folks. “Uncovered” means dug out from a location that the global media will do it’s best to metaphorically bury.

Like all the World organizations … UN, WEF, WHO, etc. they are about the leftist view of heaven on earth (for the elite). They often state their objectives clearly … “The Great Reset” is a recent example.

In order to get to this golden age, sacrifices must be made! The vast majority of the world population must be kept in fear of terrorism (in this case), rolling blackouts, global pandemics, climate change, etc.

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Beneath the Gaza Strip headquarters of the controversial United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees, known commonly as UNRWA, the Hamas terror group hid one of its most significant assets, the Israeli military has revealed.

The subterranean data center — complete with an electrical room, industrial battery power banks and living quarters for Hamas terrorists operating the computer servers — was built precisely under the location where Israel would not consider looking initially, let alone target in an airstrike.

Here is a shot of the nice little data center needed so Hamas can continue to work on their “From the river to the sea” genocide of Jews. So much for UNRWA being humanitarian, unless you take the view of Hitler or Islam that Jews are not human.

The worldwide “left” (actually Oligarchy) continues to believe that all the Islamic rhetoric is just that … words, even while many concrete actions are taken to kill Jews in their homeland and around the world.

As this article from the Atlantic makes clear, “Death to Israel” actually means “Death to Israel” (and all the Jews).

… just because Iran has been patient and works through proxies in its quest to bring about the end of the Jewish state does not mean its intentions are any less genocidal. Although much was made during the Ahmadinejad presidency (2005–13) about an irrational Islamic Republic seeking a nuclear bomb, trend lines from the past four decades of Iranian foreign and security policy show that one might have just as much, if not more, to fear from a regime that is means-ends rational, recalibrates in response to external stimuli, and imposes costs when the opportunity presents itself.

In the past, world domination was impossible because the world was simply too big. I believe we are all aware that modern technology has effectively shrunk it for good and ill. World organizations are a fact of life, and it is up to a shrinking and set of “Rebelectuals” (rebel intellectuals) to deny their objectives!

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  1. Concretevol Thatcher
    Concretevol
    @Concretevol

    Holy crap.  This, along with last weeks revelations of staff celebrating and/or taking part in the Oct 7th attacks shows that UNWRA is functionally part of Hamas.  The UN in general is a hugely corrupt and antisemitic organization but there is no excuse UNWRA should even exist 

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  2. MikeMcCarthy Coolidge
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    @MikeMcCarthy

    That’s a high quality data center… All that equipment and cooling must use lots of electricity. Strange that  UNWRA didn’t notice the extra on their bills.

    BTW looking at that one, I expect there will be another backup facility somewhere.

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  3. Hugh Inactive
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    @Hugh

    Apparently the UN’s data center is directly above the Hamad data center and has conduit connecting the two room.

    buy, of course, nothing will change.

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  4. Lunchbox Gerald Coolidge
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    @Jose

    I’ve commented this before, but it bears repeating:

    Any charity or aid group operating in a terrorist area is going to provide money and employment to the terrorists. Those are the only conditions on which it will be allowed to operate. (That means if you’re donating money to any charity doing work in Yemen, Gaza, Syria, Afghanistan, etc, you’re funding terrorists. It doesn’t matter if the group is UN, Christian, Jewish, internationally famous, they’re paying and employing terrorists. Or they wouldn’t be allowed to operate on the ground.)

     

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  5. TBA Coolidge
    TBA
    @RobtGilsdorf

    I would like to believe that the UN keeps an accounting of members of such groups. 

    These people should be arrested and tried and – justice willing – executed. 

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  6. kedavis Coolidge
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    @kedavis

    TBA (View Comment):

    I would like to believe that the UN keeps an accounting of members of such groups.

    These people should be arrested and tried and – justice willing – executed.

    Why would they do that?  Most of the UN is probably on their side.  Which is probably a big part of how such things happen to start with.

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  7. Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patriot) Member
    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patriot)
    @ArizonaPatriot

    This story shows no connection or “alliance” between Hamas and UNRWA.

    The story claims that a bank of Hamas computers was located directly below UNRWA’s headquarters.  It seems reasonably credible to me, as it includes a reporter’s description of going to the UNRWA HQ to “the courtyard from which the combat engineers dug down into the electrical room.”

    I infer that there was no connection between the UNRWA HQ and the electrical (and computer) room.  That would explain why the combat engineers had to dig.  If there was a tunnel from UNRWA HQ to the computer room, I would expect the IDF to show it to the reporters since it would — you know — actually provide some evidence to support the Israeli accusation.

    Instead, the story claims that the reporter went to the computer room down 1,000 meters of tunnel — first 700m to a small hole, then another 300m to the computer room.

    The story claims that the entrance to this 1,000m tunnel was under a UNRWA school, but this is not substantiated, as according to the IDF, “it had been blocked off by Hamas by the time troops arrived.”  So the journalists didn’t actually see an entrance under a school, it appears.

    This doesn’t establish any collaboration between Hamas and UNRWA.  If true, it just establishes that one of many Hamas facilities was dug under UNRWA HQ, apparently without any tunnel even connecting it to such HQ.

    This is my analysis of a single story.  There may be further reports.

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  8. Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patriot) Member
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    @ArizonaPatriot

    I’m going to express my opinion next.

    I think that the Israelis are almost unbelievably awful.

    They are actively trying to starve over 2 million people.  They’ve been doing so for over 4 months.  The International Court of Justice found that there was a “plausible” case of genocide by the Israelis, and ordered them, on January 26, to: “take immediate and effective measures to enable the provision of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance” to the people of Gaza.

    Instead — on the very day of the unfavorable ICJ ruling — the Israelis launched a factually thin propaganda campaign against UNRWA which has convinced many countries to defund UNRWA.  So, far from trying to feed the starving people of Gaza, the Israelis are doing everything in their power to undermine efforts to provide such aid.

    Personally, I think that the Israeli motives are pure evil.  I think that they know very well that UNRWA is not a terrorist organization.  I think that they’re doing this because the South African case at the ICJ, and the ICJ ruling itself, relied significantly on the report of the Commissioner-General of UNRWA about appalling humanitarian situation in Gaza.  This is just my own opinion.

    If you doubt Israeli viciousness, I urge you to read the South African brief and the ICJ ruling, which quote the shockingly vicious statements of many Israeli government and military leaders, right up to the Prime Minister and President.

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  9. Bill Berg Coolidge
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    Jerry Giordano (Arizona Patrio… (View Comment):

    I’m going to express my opinion next.

    I think that the Israelis are almost unbelievably awful.

    They are actively trying to starve over 2 million people. They’ve been doing so for over 4 months. The International Court of Justice found that there was a “plausible” case of genocide by the Israelis, and ordered them, on January 26, to: “take immediate and effective measures to enable the provision of urgently needed basic services and humanitarian assistance” to the people of Gaza.

    Instead — on the very day of the unfavorable ICJ ruling — the Israelis launched a factually thin propaganda campaign against UNRWA which has convinced many countries to defund UNRWA. So, far from trying to feed the starving people of Gaza, the Israelis are doing everything in their power to undermine efforts to provide such aid.

    Personally, I think that the Israeli motives are pure evil. I think that they know very well that UNRWA is not a terrorist organization. I think that they’re doing this because the South African case at the ICJ, and the ICJ ruling itself, relied significantly on the report of the Commissioner-General of UNRWA about appalling humanitarian situation in Gaza. This is just my own opinion.

    If you doubt Israeli viciousness, I urge you to read the South African brief and the ICJ ruling, which quote the shockingly vicious statements of many Israeli government and military leaders, right up to the Prime Minister and President.

    When someone is attacked (person or nation), I strongly side with the attacked vs the attacker. When the attacker has a clear position of “Death to Israel”, and “Death to Jews”, that sounds like a strategy of genocide to me. “Who started it” is a factor in all violent human interactions, from kids to war.

    The PLO demanded control of Gaza and got it in 2005. In 2006 the people of Gaza elected Hamas, a self-declared terrorist group as their government. We often live with the consequences of our bad decisions. Unlike the US, Israel understands that controlling its borders from penetration by terrorists is critical, as does Egypt. 

    “I didn’t know” is a common defense, but when talking about miles of tunnels, including under many structures controlled by your organization, it becomes increasingly difficult to use ignorance as a defense (or perhaps willful ignorance as in “don’t check on those jackhammer sounds, wires spliced in, etc.). UNRWA knew it was operating in terrorist territory. There are plenty of listening, ground penetrating radar, etc. technologies to prevent your stated mission from being compromised, unless you are really fine with it being compromised. When Hamas operatives are discovered in UNRWA itself, it is really no surprise.

    As we see in the reactions of many on the left in the US, antisemitism is alive and well as it has been for millennia. Believing that Israelis are “unbelievably awful” is a belief shared by many in our elite universities. 

    Israel is attempting to destroy the military organization Hamas.  The allies likewise worked to destroy the Nazis in WWII. We did not desire to kill German non-combatants, but in war, collateral damage is inevitable, and really since “Sherman’s march to the sea”, total war is the norm. The Blitz, sinking passenger ships, and Hiroshima/Nagasaki are warnings that when “modern” technology is being used, it is critical to destroy the opponent’s ability to fight (supply lines, weaponry hidden behind “human shields” like hospitals, schools, relief organizations, etc. Human Shields are a tactic commonly used by Islamic forces. 

    When a population embraces an evil organization which then ruthlessly attacks the country that ceded the land on which they live, the result we see is to be expected. 

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  10. TBA Coolidge
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    @RobtGilsdorf

    Apparently UNRWA smuggles military hardware

    Hamas – but I repeat myself – also move weapons through ambulances. 

    And they build their tunnels directly under hospitals and schools. 

    They store weapons in hospitals. 

    Surely the Palestinian citizens do not deserve to be starved and blown apart. 

    But they know why it is happening. 

    It is happening because of Hamas. 

    Hamas picked a fight it couldn’t win and now hides a thousand feet beneath their mothers’ and sisters’ and daughters’ skirts. 

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