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Knesset UNRWA Policy Review, March 7th, 9AM (Israel Time)

On Monday March 7th, 2022 at 9am Israel time, the Bedein Center for Near East Policy Research presents a program for UNRWA policy change at the Jerusalem Hall of the Israel Knesset Parliament, hosted by Israel KnessetEducation Committee chairperson Sharren Haskel, asking each UNRWAdonor nation to view a new movie which documents howUNRWA incites thosewho live and learn in UNRWA facilities to engage in violent rebellion, with footage shot on location.

To produce this movie and 22 earlier films, the Bedein Center engaged the services of five senior journalists, each of whom is fluent in Arabic, each of whom holds an advanced degree in Islamic Studies. Thanks to those CAEF donors who have contributed to this Documentary project.

Following the movie, the Bedein Center welcomes an expert to share his study ofnew Palestinian Authority textbooks used by UNRWA. The Bedein Center will present an expert who has studied youth clubs which operate inside UNRWA andglorify armed rebellion.

The Bedein Center has invited diplomats who fund UNRWA to witness this presentation.

An invitation to view the movie is possible by registering to come to the Knesset in person or by registering on zoom. Register to come in person to the Knesset by sending ID number or passport and cell phone number to:

For Zoom link:


MK Sharren Haskel

is honored to invite you to a gathering of

The Knesset Task Force for UNRWA Policy Research

with participation by diplomats, journalists, academics & NGO's

Monday, 7 March 2022 — 4 Adar 2 5782 09:00 - 11:00

in the Jerusalem Hall, the Knesset


09:00 - 09:30: Gathering and refreshments 09:30 - 10:00: Opening remarks and speeches 10:00 - 11:00: Question-and-answer session with participants

This invitation is personal and may not be transferred to another person.

Entrance to the Knesset requires notifying the organizers of your attendance and providing them with your full details (full name and ID number)

You must present your Green Pass and identifying document

(Israeli ID/ passport/ driver’s license) at the entrance to the Knesset.

Entrance begins at 08:30 | No weapons permitted | Proper attire required.

Public transportation to the Knesset: Bus line 14, 66, 66a from the Central Bus station / Navon Railway Station; free shuttles from HaLeom Parking Garage every 20 minutes; shared bicycles available at the stations throughout the city.

Guests may park their vehicles at the HaLeom Parking Garage, located on Rabin Blvd. opposite the Supreme Court. At the conclusion of the event, guests should validate their parking ticket at one of the stands at the Knesset. A shuttle will be available to take guests between the garage and the Knesset.

In accordance with the Green Pass regulations, entry to the Knesset is permitted only to bearers of a valid Green Pass certificate or a negative rapid antigen test result (performed by Magen David Adom, Ichilov/Sheba Medical Centers, Home Front Command) carried out within 24 hours of arrival at the Knesset. A mask must be worn throughout the visit to the Knesset.

In order to prevent the unpleasantness of delayed entry to the Knesset, please prepare your Green Pass or negative antigen test result in advance of your arrival.

RSVP by 3 March 2022 to Iyar Raichel at 054-9664728 or

This even is organized by the Member of the Knesset and in conjunction with The Bedein Center for Near East Policy Research


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