Trócaire and producer John McColgan released a 50-minute documentary that claims to explore “the impact of ongoing conflict and military occupation on the people who live there.” The documentary promotes a one-sided Palestinian narrative and features interviews with officials from political NGOs, as well as with Haaretz columnist Gideon Levy. Israeli MFA spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon also appears sporadically as an artificial form of “balance.”
Al-Marsad accuses Israel of the “forcible transfer” of native Syrians from their homes in the Golan and calls for “ending the occupation of Palestinian and Syrian territories occupied in 1967, in accordance with international law and resolutions.”
Israeli, Palestinian and international NGOs exploit the water issue and disseminate false and distorted information in an effort to demonize Israel.
EU Parliament President Martin Schulzs speech before the Knesset and the controversial incident that took place highlight the damaging relationship between the EU and the network of politicized NGOs.