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On Iraq UN Guterres Claims Concern But Covered Up For UN Rapist Elkorany There

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UN GATE, Jan 21  – UN former staff member Karim Elkorany was arrested then freed on $500,000 bond in September 2020 in connection with drugging and raping women in Iraq while working for the UN there, then allegedly lying to the FBI about it.  The UN has refused all Press questions about their staffer raping Iraqis, but today January 21 claim UNSG Antonio Guterres is deeply concerned about Iraqis. He has no credibility.

  The UN claims it has a zero tolerance and blacklisting policy for sexual abuse, but despite a victim complaining to the UN in this case, Elkorany was living freely in New Jersey when he was arrested.

 Inner City Press immediately asked the UN, On UN staffer Karim Elkorany, indicted in SDNY for lying to FBI about drugging and raping women while working for UN in Iraq, immediately state what the outcome of the victim complaining to the UN was - and why Elkorany was back at liberty in New Jersey.

This is specifically asked in the context of this statement: "UNDP participates in a joint project with other UN agencies to maintain a system-wide database called "Clear Check" to ensure that former personnel involved in substantiated cases of sexual harassment, exploitation and abuse with one entity in the UN system cannot be employed by another entity."

  Months later, no answer from Antonio Guterres or his spokespeople Stephane Dujarric and Melissa Fleming. They banned Inner City Press from they briefings, and issue canned statements like this on January 21: "The Secretary-General strongly condemns the deadly double suicide bombing targeting civilians at a market in Baghdad today. He expresses his deep condolences to the families of the victims and to the Government and people of Iraq, and wishes a speedy recovery to those injured.     The Secretary-General appeals to the people of Iraq to reject any attempts to spread fear and violence aimed at undermining peace, stability and unity. He calls on the Government to ensure that those behind these horrific crimes are swiftly identified and brought to justice.      The Secretary-General reiterates the commitment of the United Nations to support the people and Government of Iraq in their efforts to consolidate peace.     Stéphane Dujarric, Spokesman for the Secretary-General     New York, 21 January 2021." B.S.

So what did the UN actually do, other than transport a rapist from New Jersey to Iraq then bringing him home to live free? Watch this site.


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