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U.S.-funded U.N. camps teach Palestinian kids: Jews are ‘wolves’

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A video has revealed that youth camps run by a United Nations body and funded in part by the United States teaches Palestinian children to hate Jewish people.

The camps are run by the U.N. Relief and Works Agency and are targeted to children, Israel National News reported. A documentary of camp activities called "Camp Jihad" and produced by the Nahum Bedein Center for Near East Policy Research shows that some Palestinian children may be receiving an anti-Israel message.

In one part of the film, campers are shown chanting: "With God's help and our own strength, we will wage war. And with education and jihad we will return," Israel National News reported.

And in another portion of the film, a camp instructor is heard labeling Jews as "wolves," the media outlet reported.

Israel National News reported that the camps are paid for with funds from the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada and the European Union.

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