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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|Start date:||1 Jan 1988|
|End date:||21 Mar 2017|
German federal funding is allocated to, amongst others, political advocacy NGOs that promote BDS and lawfare campaigns, through direct and indirect funding mechanisms.
- 2014 Gaza War
- Adalah’s “Discriminatory Laws in Israel” database
- Commission of Inquiry
- EIDHR (European Instrument of Democracy and Human Rights)
- European Funding
Iceland-Palestine Association (Flagi sland-Palestna): The NGO behind the Reykjavk Municipality boycott of Israel
Anti-Israel and pro-BDS NGO, the Iceland-Palestine Association, is closely connected to the boycott of Israel in Iceland's capital.
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.
Transparency and Due Diligence in U.S. Government Funding for Israeli and Palestinian NGOs: 2014 Update
U.S. funding continues to go to NGOs active in anti-Israel and BDS campaigns that directly contradict U.S. government support for peace in the region.
NGOs that claim to promote human rights often use antisemitic themes and imagery, including blood libels, theological antisemitism, new antisemitism, and exploitation of the Holocaust.
NGOs ignore the arrest of Palestinian blogger Waleed Hasayin on charges of expressing blasphemous opinions. HRW finally released a statement one month after the arrest.
On July 22-24, 2009, the UN Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People held an NGO conference to discuss questions related to Israeli violations of international humanitarian law. Participants included Palestinian NGOs such as Badil, PCHR, and Al Haq, as well as Human Rights Watch and Israeli NGOs PHR-I, Keshev, and Adalah. HRW promoted the campaign to prevent Israel from purchasing weapons and demanded on-going international pressure on Israel. One speaker accused Jews of buying everything and controlling a global machine, money. Most NGO representatives expressed support for lawfare cases.