Networks Omit Israel Unearthing Hamas Data Center Under U.N. UNRWA Facility

Networks Omit Israel Unearthing Hamas Data Center Under U.N. UNRWA Facility

On Saturday, the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) once again exposed the shame of the United Nations to the world after they excavated an underground Hamas data center that was hardwired into the U.N. facility directly above it. It was a massive piece of evidence that proved the United Nations Relief Works Agency (UNRWA) was working closely with the terrorist organization, but it was completely ignored by ABC, CBS, and NBC over the weekend and Monday morning.

They also were uninterested in covering the other evidence the IDF discovered which exposed an Al Jazeera reporter who was also a Hamas commander.

The Times of Israel’s Emanuel Fabian was given access to the tunnels and data center beneath UNRWA’s HQ and he shared shocking photos of just how sophisticated and expansive the operation down there was.

“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,” he reported.

Fox News senior correspondent Mike Tobin was also given a tour. “So, with all the construction noise that would have been coming out of here, simply the amount of dirt that had to be pulled out of here and moved somewhere else, Israel says the UNRWA employees on the surface had to know something was going on,” he said.

Fox News’s Mike Tobin got a tour of Hamas’s data center hardwired into the UNRWA HQ above it.

— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) February 12, 2024

UNRWA’s commissioner-general, Philippe Lazzarini took to X to claim he and his organization had no idea the data cater was beneath their feet. “UNRWA did not know what is under its headquarters in Gaza,” he wrote.

Lazzarini backtracked in the statement. He claimed, without evidence, that UNRWA had reported a “suspicious cavity” sometime somewhere near the facility:

In the past, whenever suspicious cavity was found close to or under UNRWA premises, protest letters were promptly filed to parties to the conflict, including both the de facto authorities in Gaza (Hamas) and the Israeli authorities. The matter was consistently reported in annual reports presented to the General Assembly and made public.

– UNRWA did not know what is under its headquarters in Gaza.

– UNRWA is made aware of reports through the media regarding a tunnel under the UNRWA Headquarters in Gaza.

– UNRWA staff left its headquarters in Gaza City on 12 October following the Israeli evacuation orders and as…

— Philippe Lazzarini (@UNLazzarini) February 10, 2024

On Sunday, Avichay Adraee, the IDF’s spokesman for the Arab media posted on X that Al Jazeera reporter Mohammed Wishah was discovered to be working for Hamas after they found a laptop belonging to him in a Hamas facility. “The intelligence investigation conducted on the computer reveals images linking the person called Muhammad Washah to activities within Hamas,” he explained, according to an X translation.

Adraee shared pictures found on Washah’s computer that showed him in a Hamas uniform instructing terrorists on how to operate a rocket-propelled grenade launcher, even appearing to construct warheads for them.

#عاجل #خاص في الصباح صحفي في قناة #الجزيرة وفي المساء مخرب في حماس! @AJArabic

⭕️خلال نشاط لقواتنا قبل عدة أسابيع داخل احدى معسكرات حماس في شمال قطاع غزة تم ضبط كمبيوتر متحرك يعود إلى المدعو محمد سمير محمد وشاح من مواليد 1986 من البريج حيث يتضح من المستندات ان محمد وشاح هو قائد…

— افيخاي ادرعي (@AvichayAdraee) February 11, 2024

“Hey @AlJazeera, we thought your journalists were supposed to give unbiased reports on situations, not actively participate in creating them on the front lines as Hamas terrorists,” the IDF called out Al Jazeera on X.

Neither of these revelations were shared by reporters on ABC, CBS, and NBC.

During Saturday’s NBC Nightly News, foreign correspondent Matt Bradley was busy stoking hatred of Israel, painting the Jewish state as thirsty for civilian blood. “Tonight, a refuge waits for war. Israel has said it’s about to turn its guns on Rafah, city in the southern Gaza Stripe where previously, many in Gaza had been told to flee for safety,” he chided. “Israel’s bombardment of Rafah began two weeks ago. A preview of the horrors that might await people here, dozens have already been killed.”

One of NBC’s pro-Hamas reporters, @MattMcBradley, falsely suggests Israeil is going to “turn its guns on Rafah” to slaughter civilians. He backs it up with lies from the UN.
He omits the fact that a Hamas data center was discovered under the UNRWA headquarters, hardwired in.

— Nicholas Fondacaro (@NickFondacaro) February 12, 2024

On Monday’s CBS Mornings, foreign correspondent Debora Patta couldn’t seem to stand the fact that the IDF managed to rescue two October 7 hostages over the weekend without a ceasefire agreement. “As the fighting ramps up in Rafah, family members had urged mediators to do everything they can to bring the remaining hostages back home before it’s too late,” she chided, as if their blood would be on IDF hands and not Hamas’s for taking them to begin with.


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