Amnesty International's 2016 Annual Report, like its other publications relating to the conflict, contains fundamental flaws.
Sweden's new envoy to the Arab-Israeli conflict will become another vehicle for counterproductive funding for fringe NGOs.
+972 Magazine is attempting to minimize the ugliness of a former employee's lawsuit against the organization claiming that she was dismissed due to "racist motives."
Although CIDSE's document claims to aim to "stimulate discussion," it clearly and explicitly seeks to influence EU policy on Israel.
A letter to the editor of the AP regarding an article that relied almost entirely on information from Human Rights Watch, a group that has a long track record of Israel-obsession and dishonesty.
A Council of Europe report titles "The humanitarian crisis in Gaza" demonstrates the blind reliance of respected international organizations on NGO claims.
The staff and board members of NGO Monitor send their condolenses to the family and friends of our beloved board member Paul Ogden. For many years, Paul was an important voice in the development of NGO Monitor, and his contributions and valuable input were essential for our continued success.
As one of the major funders of World Vision, Australia has been a central aspect of the story behind the allegations that a World Vision employee diverted $50 million to Hamas. Media coverage in The Australian newspaper has, likewise, played an important role in the public debate, and cited information from NGO Monitor throughout.
The IHRA has adopted a new working definition of antisemitism.