Professor Steinberg takes a close look at the history of The Lancet’s anti-Israel narrative, the role of Horton and other key players, and the processes and factors by which this role was brought to an end. The Lancet is one of the most influential medical journals in the world, and for many years, was used as a major platform for anti-Israeli demonization campaigns under the façade of science and medicine.
Becca argues that Canada’s continued emphasis on women and girls should be commended, but the country's past experience shows that international aid organizations and mechanisms require far greater scrutiny than the new international aid policy admits.
Anne Herzberg points out the decision to deny BDS activists entry to Israel and the amendments to the law must be seen in context.
Professor Steinberg argues that if Michael Sfard is truly for fighting for human rights he would be more careful with whom he allies himself with.
Itai Reuveni argues that if the EU is serious about only promoting “the values the EU stands for,” then the millions of taxpayer euros flowing to anti-Israel and antisemitic campaigns must finally come to an end.
Maurice Hirsch, NGO Monitor's Senior Military Justice Consultant, points out the numerous half-truths and blatant lies presented at an event held on Capitol Hill by a representative from Defense for Children International- Palestine, an NGO with alleged ties to the PFLP.
NGO Monitor's Shaun Sacks, Europe desk researcher, interviewed in a Dutch documentary about the 50th Anniversary since the Six Day War.
Itai Reuveni shares his final reflections after returning from the United States as a member on the IVLP program, organized by the US State Department.
Gerald Steinberg explains that Israel and India share the distinction of being targets of political manipulation by powerful NGOs and their funders, which operate outside the democratic process, with no checks and balances.