Kamala Harris’ Stepdaughter Caught Funding Hamas Terrorists

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The stepdaughter of Vice President Kamala Harris has been raising funds for a U.N. agency that employed Hamas operatives that carried out the deadly attack against Israel on October 7, 2023.

Ella Emhoff, who solicited funds from the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), came under fire when the agency’s role in the attacks was exposed.

Emhoff used META-owned platforms like Instagram to solicit donations for the UNRWA, which in turn funded HAMAS terrorists.

She posted a link on her Instagram page raising money for a Hamas-linked agency, which apparently fronted itself as helping refugees in Palestine.

Emhoff is the daughter of Douglas Emhoff, the husband of the U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris.

Following the revelations, other Western countries have suspended donations to UNRWA after it was found they were employing workers who participated in the horrific Hamas terror attacks.

“We urge Ms. Emhoff to go on the website of U.N. Watch and read our reports showing how UNRWA teachers and school principals systematically promote and encourage Jihadi terrorism and the slaughter of Jews,” said Hillel Neuer, Executive Director of the nonprofit United Nations watchdog.

“I am sure that if Ms. Emhoff understood how UNRWA promotes hatred and murder, she would stop raising money for them, and she would apologize to victims such as Ayelet Samerano, whose 21-year-old son Yonatan was kidnapped on October 7 by a UNRWA social worker.”

UNRWA has faced previous criticism for its close ties to Hamas after President Donald Trump cut aid to the organization in 2018, The New York Post noted.

However, Joe Biden reversed the decision when he took office and sent $730 million to the agency.

According to Israeli officials, over 10 percent of the agency’s workers were Hamas or Palestinian Islamic Jihad members.

A dossier issued by Israel in January revealed that UNRWA employees kidnapped a woman while others were accused of participating in the massacre at an Israeli kibbutz.

UNRWA’s alliance with Hamas was exposed earlier this year, as reports revealed how deeply the agency was embedded with Hamas.

The Wall Street Journal reported:

“At least 12 employees of the U.N.’s Palestinian refugee agency had connections to Hamas’s October 7 attack on Israel, and around 10% of all of its Gaza staff have ties to Islamist militant groups.”

The outlet continued:

The information in the intelligence reports—based on what an official described as very sensitive signals intelligence as well as cellphone tracking data, interrogations of captured Hamas fighters and documents recovered from dead militants, among other things—were part of a briefing given by Israel to U.S. officials that led Washington and others to suspend aid to Unrwa.

Intelligence estimates shared with the U.S. conclude that around 1,200 of Unrwa’s roughly 12,000 employees in Gaza have links to Hamas or Palestinian Islamic Jihad, and about half have close relatives who belong to the Islamist militant groups. Both groups have been designated as terrorist organizations by the U.S. and others. Hamas has run Gaza since a 2007 coup.

“Unrwa’s problem is not just ‘a few bad apples’ involved in the October 7 massacre,” said a senior Israeli government official. “The institution as a whole is a haven for Hamas’ radical ideology.”

Meanwhile, House Republicans are preparing for a formal investigation into the UNRWA.

“The United States is extremely troubled by the allegations that 12 UNRWA employees may have been involved in the October 7 Hamas terrorist attack on Israel,” State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller said at the time.

“The Department of State has temporarily paused additional funding for UNRWA while we review these allegations and the steps the United Nations is taking to address them.”

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