NGO Monitor has analyzed the NIF’s 2018 financial reports, which detail grants to 280 Israeli non-governmental organizations (NGOs). We focus specifically on the 20% of the NIF’s funding that is distributed to 31 political advocacy NGOs claiming to promote human rights.
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|NGOs:||Rabbis for Human Rights (RHR)|
|Start date:||1 Jan 1988|
|End date:||17 Nov 2019|
Professor Gerald M. Steinberg discusses the World Council of Churches anti-peace and anti-Semitic agenda.
NGO Monitor has analyzed the NIF’s 2016 financial reports (latest available), detailing grants to a wide variety of Israeli NGOs.
A number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have been participating in a campaign celebrating and defending Tamimi. Despite the video evidence, they insist that Israel has no grounds for trying and imprisoning her. Although these NGOs claim to promote human rights and the rule of law generally, and protect the rights of children specifically, in Ahed Tamimi’s case they ignore the exploitation and recruitment of children as “soldiers” in a propaganda war against Israel.
NGO Monitor research shows that the NGOs Adalah, Rabbis for Human Rights (RHR), and Negev Coexistence Forum for Civil Equality (NCF) receive European government funding for projects that contribute to the exacerbating of tensions between the Bedouin community and the State of Israel.
The violent events in the unrecognized village of Umm Al-Hiran highlight the way in which NGOs intensify conflict between the Bedouin community and the State of Israel, all while being financially backed by European governments.
Analysis of NIF grants to 25 political advocacy NGOs active in the Arab-Israeli conflict.