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NGO Monitor analyzes EU-funded projects to the Israeli NGO, I'lam. I'lam, and the other partners on the projects, are highly politicized organizations whose activities suggest they are not focused on dialogue, or on facilitating the core EU objective of peace based on dialogue and a two-state framework.
In December 2016, the EU announced grants under the EU Peacebuilding Initiative (European Neighbourhood Policy) with a total budget of €4.9 million. Among the recipients and projects, a number (receiving one-third of the total budget) demonstrate records of activities that are entirely inconsistent with the stated goals of promoting peace in the region.
The vast majority of NGOs that appeared before the UN Human Rights Council session on July 23 condemned alleged Israeli war crimes and called for a Goldstone-like investigation into the current conflict.
NGO Monitor: MIFTAH NGO, which received German funding, accuses Israel of massacre, war crimes and apartheid.
How Soros-funded Groups Increase Tensions in a Troubled Region
New funding in 2011 includes three divisive NGOs: +972 Magazine, Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity Movement, and Human Rights Defenders Fund. Support ended for Mada al-Carmel, Al-Qaws, and Coalition of Women for Peace.