The UNRWA workers have been accused of helping Hamas stage the attack that set off the war in Gaza, or of aiding it in the days after. On Sunday, the United Nations secretary general, António Guterres, described himself as “horrified by these accusations” and noted that nine of the 12 accused employees had been fired. The Israeli dossier, presented to U.S. officials on Friday, lists the names and jobs of the UNRWA employees and the allegations against them. And in Gaza, Israel argues, UNRWA has fallen under the influence of Hamas, a claim the agency rejects. The post Details Emerge on U.N. Workers Accused of Aiding Hamas Raid appeared first on New York Times.