UNESCO: Stop Working With Saudi Spies

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The UN organization UNESCO must end its partnership with MiSK, the fake charity of Saudi Arabia’s dictator Mohammed bin Salman. 

MiSK leader Bader Al Asaker is tied to Saudi spying at Twitter and the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. MiSK propaganda hides Saudi Arabia’s mass slaughter in Yemen.

The UN should have nothing to do with this dictator's organization.

The UNESCO-MiSK partnership began in 2016, and MiSK is supporting UNESCO’s 11th Youth Forum this 18th to 19th of November in Paris.

  • MiSK and Saudi spying at Twitter:  MiSK secretary general Bader Al Asaker coordinated Saudi spies inside Twitter who stole thousands of users' information, as reported in the Washington Post and The New York Times.
  • MiSK and Khashoggi’s murder:  Turkish media reported that Al Asaker received multiple calls from the Saudi consulate in Istanbul the day that Saudi thugs murdered dissident Jamal Khashoggi there.
  • MiSK propaganda hides slaughter in Yemen:  Saudi dictator Mohammed bin Salman uses MiSK to talk about youth issues while bombing countless children in Yemen using U.S., French, and British weapons. 

In September of 2019, after facing pressure from thousands, the UN and New York Public Library cancelled their participation in a MiSK event in New York City

UNESCO must cancel its partnership with the Saudi Arabian dictatorship's fake charity MiSK.

-- Sunjeev Bery, Executive Director, Freedom Forward