Even UNRWA's own photos show their tacit support of terrorists

 A couple of months ago, an excellent documentary  Camp Jihad, was released, which showed how UNRWA schools and camps are being anything but peaceful when they teach Palestinian Arab kids.

On August 22, UNRWA responded:
In recent days, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) has been attacked after an Israeli film-maker released a film, “Camp Jihad,” alleging that UNRWA promoted anti-Semitism and incitement to violence in its 'summer camps’. These false accusations have been repeated in various media outlets.

UNRWA has conducted a lengthy and detailed investigation into the film and we categorically reject the allegations it contains. The film is grossly misleading and we regret the damage it has caused to UNRWA and the United Nations.
What I find funny is that at the UNRWA website itself, it shows this photo (from a Syrian UNRWA camp:)

Whose picture is that stenciled on this UNRWA school? Why, none other than Yayha Ayyash, "The Engineer," the infamous bombmaker responsible for scores of murders.

This is a photo that UNRWA itself publishes on its own website.

Now, which sounds more believable - the idea that they condone terror or that they are against it?

(h/t Elihu)