|Amnesty and HRW Claims Discredited in Detailed Report|
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch (HRW) led the campaign that condemned Israeli military actions in the Lebanon war (July/August 2006) as violations of international law. This NGO Monitor report compares the documented evidence presented in a new Intelligence and Terrorism Center report with HRW’s and Amnesty’s claims.
"International Human Rights Day 2006 – NGO Complicity in Exploiting Human Rights Norms"
December 10, 2006, is International Human Rights Day. Amnesty International head, Irene Khan, symbolizes the disproportionate focus that many NGOs place on Israel by marking the Day with a visit to the security "fence/wall" during her current trip to the Middle East...
"NGO Statements on Gaza Reflect Ideological Positions"
Major international NGOs fail to distinguish between deliberate attacks on civilians and Israel´s efforts to avoid civilian casualties, and many ignore Palestinian use of human shields.
NGO Monitor Analysis Cited by UK Parliamentary Committee Reviewing Aid to Palestinian NGOs
The British government, via the Department for International Development (DFID), provides an estimated £80m annually in funds designated for assistance to the Palestinians, and for efforts to further...
Human Rights Falsehood: Opeds and Letters
Including Gerald Steinberg examining international NGOs’ persistent attacks on Israel’s methods of self-defense, "Human-Rights Falsehood", Washington Times, Gerald Steinberg, October 23, 2006
"UK parliamentary select committee on International Development discusses NGO Monitor´s evidence on Christian Aid and UK funding for NGOs that work in Israel and with Palestinians-Hear Recording at 1hr 2min 28secs"
"European Union Support for Extreme and Politicized NGOs"
This report details how a number of European Union (EU) funded Palestinian and Israeli NGOs, persistently campaign against Israel in international forums, employ biased rhetoric aimed at de-legitimizing Israeli security policies and are fundamentally politicized organizations. Specifically, support for the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, War on Want, MIFTAH and the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions contradicts stated EU policies of supporting "less politicized, more practical activities which will promote communication and understanding."
"Report on EU Funding of NGOs"
Summary: This report details how a number of European Union (EU) funded Palestinian and Israeli NGOs, persistently campaign against Israel in international forums, employ biased rhetoric aimed at de-legitimizing Israeli security policies and are fundamentally politicized organizations. Specifically, support for the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, War on Want, MIFTAH and the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions contradicts stated EU policies of supporting "less politicized, more practical activities which will promote communication and understanding."
NGO Monitor Legal Analysis: NGOs in the European Framework: EMHRN and the anti-Israel Campaign
This paper explores the legal structure in which NGOs operate and are funded in the European framework. NGOs have clearly defined missions based upon traditional humanitarian principles, values and objectives. The evidence demonstrates, however, that many humanitarian/human rights NGOs do not remain faithful to these principles and values. Instead of promoting universal human rights, these NGOs are primarily engaged in partisan political and ideological advocacy, specifically with respect to anti-Israel campaigning. This paper argues that the existing European principles regarding NGOs need to be reassessed and implemented, in order to ensure that their activities are consistent with these requirements.
FIDH: Prioritizing Politics over Protection
FIDH is a Paris-based federation of 141 NGOs from 92 countries with consultative or observer status with several international bodies. In its mission statement, FIDH seeks to “contribute to the respect of all the rights defined in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.” While claiming to be “strict and impartial” in its work, FIDH shows a strong anti-Israel bias by focusing disproportionate resources on condemning Israel, selectively interpreting international humanitarian law, dismissing the context of terrorism, largely ignoring Israeli victims of terror, and denying Israel’s right to self-defense. FIDH receives funding from international and national bodies and foundations, but it does not disclose the sources of its funding.
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