NGOs played a central role in disseminating the 2017 PLO Prisoner Day propaganda, including using social media to share Marwan Barghouti's New York Times op-ed. The Times fails to inform readers that Barghouti was the leader of the armed wing of Fatah and a founder of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade, and was convicted in 2004 on five counts of murder and one count of attempted murder.
War on Want published a press release concerning the arrest of BDS activist Omar Barghouti, omitting the reason for his arrest- tax evasion.
UPJB, which receives funding from the Belgian government, will host an event that presents an extremely biased view of the Arab-Israeli conflict
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.