The French government's funding of groups that support BDS campaigns and with alleged ties to terror groups casts doubt upon its ability to serve as an impartial host of an upcoming summit dedicated to peace.
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An analysis of NGO ties to the PFLP, a designated terrorist organization, and the European funding to these NGOs.
European government funding enables the activities of Israeli NGO Breaking the Silence. These governments must respond to revelations that the NGO apparently collected classified information.
Shaun Sacks presented before the Danish parliament on its funding of highly politicized NGOs involved in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, whose goals and methods contradict the stated objectives of the Danish government.
The EU´s decision to label products from Israeli settlements in the West Bank and Golan Heights was heavily influenced by highly politicized NGOs, many of which are deeply involved in BDS and working against two-state peace models.
The IHL Secretariat (Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, and the Netherlands) has released its 2015- 2016 budget, providing funds to NGOs involved in BDS and lawfare, with a focus on Jerusalem.
The 2014 Annual Report of the IHL Secretariat brings to light the fundamental problems with its funding mechanism, including support for political warfare against Israel and very limited focus on alleged violations by Palestinians.
Breaking the Silences allegations, which are funded directly and indirectly by foreign governments, do not tally with the recorded testimonies, and are nothing more than an attempt by the NGO to portray the events in line with its political agenda.