A discovery was made recently
that Hamas rockets were being kept in a UN school in Gaza (and may have now gone missing), but I wouldn't be fooled so easily by Ban Ki-Moon's supposed anger over it:
The U.N. secretary-general on Wednesday said he was “alarmed” to hear that rockets were placed in a U.N.-run school in Gaza and now “have gone missing,” and he demanded a full review of such incidents.
A statement by the spokesman for Ban Ki-moon expressed the U.N. chief’s “outrage and regret” at the placement of weapons at a site run by the global organization. The U.N. says that has happened at least twice so far in the current fighting.
“Those responsible are turning schools into potential military targets, and endangering the lives of innocent children,” U.N. staff and anyone seeking shelter, the statement said.
The rockets had been placed at one of the schools run by the U.N. refugee agency for Palestinians, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency in Gaza.
Once they were found, “in accordance with standard practice, UNRWA handed them over to the local authorities. Since then, they have gone missing,” Ban’s deputy spokesman, Farhan Haq, said in an e-mail Wednesday evening.
Ah, what a surprise they'd disappear soon after being handed to Hamas officials. They've probably been used for more attacks on Israelis too. Again, I'm skeptical Ki-Moon's really offended, otherwise, he would never have allowed them to be handed over to Hamas.
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