UNRWA spokesman tells BBC how to cover Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas and…. UNRWA’s spokesman sent a Tweet.

Gunness Tweet

Of course this is far from the first time that Chris Gunness has tried to influence his former employer’s reporting of stories relating to a certain country – despite the organisation he represents claiming to being ‘non-political’ and ‘impartial’.

“…UNRWA is non-political in nature and orientation. Our mandate rests on humanitarian and human development work and is underpinned by core United Nations precepts of neutrality and impartiality.” (UNRWA Commissioner-General, 2009)

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