UN finishes investigation of employee's anti-Israel tweet

By STEWART STOGEL, JPOST.COM STAFF
October 8, 2012 18:07

 
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The United Nations completed its 6.5 month-long investigation into the Kulhood Badawi Twitter incident on Monday, but refused to release its findings pending an examination of recommendations for any prospective actions it would take against the employee.

In March, Badawi caused controversy when she uploaded a picture of a bloodied Palestinian girl held in her’s father arms. The caption attached to the image read: “Palestine is bleeding. Another child killed by Israel. Another father carrying a child into a grave in Gaza.”

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