On May 2, 2023, Amnesty International published “Automated Apartheid,” the latest installment in a multi-year campaign to smear Israel with that label.
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Importantly, as part of the NGO Durban Declaration and accompanying BDS campaigns, advocacy organizations have sought to turn the ICC into a court of universal jurisdiction. Like their exploitation of the UN and other international frameworks, these NGOs seek to use the ICC for demonization and to brand Israeli officials as “war criminals.”
Professor Gerald M Steinberg analyzes the influential network of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) that have been a central actor in the political war targeting Israel though allegations of apartheid and racism
In order to gauge the salience of the NGO apartheid campaign, NGO Monitor examined 28 divestment resolutions by student groups, trade unions, churches, and other institutions since September 2020.
Professor Gerald M Steinberg analyzes Amnesty International's newest report on Ukraine.
On May 31, 2022, Palestinian NGO Al-Haq, along with 90 co-signatories, submitted a flagrantly antisemitic report to the UN's permanent Commission of Inquiry presenting a blatantly false historical account, denying Israel’s right to exist and denying the Jewish people their right to sovereign equality.
Amnesty International’s Cruel Assault on Israel: Systematic Lies, Errors, Omissions & Double Standards
In February 2022, Amnesty released a 280-page report on Apartheid. As detailed in this report, the publication is fundamentally flawed, using lies, distortions, omissions, and egregious double standards to construct a fraudulent and libelous narrative of Israeli cruelty
Ariella Esterson analyzes how terms used by anti-Israel groups such as 'Jewish domination' echo antisemitic language used by the Third Reich, the Nazi Party and contemporary neo-Nazis
Although Amnesty officials repeatedly referred to the document as “original research” extending over 4 years (or 3 in other cases), an examination of the contents reveals this to be a collection and repetition of the verbal contortions and discredited claims largely copied from other NGOs with the same agenda.
On February 1, Amnesty International will release yet another volume in the litany of copy-paste NGO reports that label Israel as an “apartheid” state.