Kamala Harris' stepdaughter Ella Emhoff raises funds for allegedly terrorist-linked UNRWA

The UNRWA was reported to have employees participate in the Oct. 7 terrorist attacks on Israel.


Vice President Kamala Harris' stepdaughter, Ella Emhoff, was caught once again raising money for international aid organizations with alleged connections to terrorists who attacked Israel on Oct. 7.

The New York Post shared a screenshot of Emhoff's Instagram page which showed a link to the donation page for the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), though the link has since been removed.

The UNRWA is the one of the largest employers in Gaza, and due to its close ties to Hamas the Trump administration cut US aid to it in 2018. The Biden administration re-established aid to the UNRAW but rescinded it after Israel showed evidence that its employees were involved in the Oct. 7 attack. 

In a statement in January, State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller said, "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. "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.” 10 percent of its employees were also found to have ties terrorist organizations. 

Before Emhoff removed the link, Executive Director of the nonprofit United Nations watchdog Hillel Neuer told The Post, “We urge Ms. Emhoff to go on the website of UN Watch and read our reports showing how UNRWA teachers and school principals systematically promote and encourage Jihadi terrorism and the slaughter of Jews."

"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 7th by a UNRWA social worker,” She added.

Emhoff is the daughter of the second gentleman Doug Emhoff. In November, she also used her Instagram account of over 300K followers to help raise money for the Palestinian Children's Relief Fund, which raised more than $7.8 million.

At the time, Rep. Jeff Van Drew (R-NJ), a member of the House Homeland Security Committee, noted that the money would almost certainly be seized by Hamas when it entered Gaza. “To be honest with you, I am kind of stunned by it. It’s disturbing to the maximum degree," he said.

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