The following analysis presents all grants reported by the 35 Israeli NGOs receiving foreign government funding and involved in political advocacy, according to their annual financial reports for 2017-2019.
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|Start date:||1 Jan 1988|
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The Netherlands has been advancing a political agenda of expanding Palestinian control over territory in this highly strategic region in the West Bank. And they are doing this with partners linked to terror organizations.
Olga Deutsch analyzes how even though governments have vetting procedures that should prevent the abuse of taxpayers’ funds, time and again, evidence emerges showing that they cooperate with entities linked to terror groups.
Al-Mezan claims that it seeks to advance human rights. However, its officials and employees include members of the PFLP and Hamas. Additionally, Al-Mezan officials and board members often speak at PFLP events, and many have posted material on their social media accounts promoting terror groups or utilizing antisemitic imagery and rhetoric.
Submission to UNHRC 45th Session - Protecting International Assistance from Terror-Linked UN Partners
Until the UN system at large, and OCHA-oPt and UNICEF Palestine specifically, cease their engagement with terror-linked actors, lawmakers and diplomats should institute appropriate measures to safeguard taxpayer money.
The COVID-19 global pandemic has become another opportunity for non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to demonize Israel over its Gaza policy.
On December 19, 2019, the Israel Security Agency (Shabak) announced it had uncovered a 50-person terror network, operated in the West Bank by the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) – a designated terrorist organization in the EU, the US, Canada, and Israel. The statement named several leading PFLP figures, several of whom currently or previously worked for European funded, PFLP-linked non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Submission to the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Religion or Belief regarding Antisemitic Incidents
For nearly 20 years, NGO Monitor has studied and analyzed the presence of antisemitism within the human rights and humanitarian NGO community. Civil society must play a critical role in combating antisemitism.
Professor Gerald M. Steinberg writes about UN-OCHA's propaganda war against Israel.
The EU and many European countries fund a network of organizations, some of which are directly affiliated with the PFLP, and others with a substantial presence of employees and officials linked to the PFLP.