As part of a wider lawfare strategy of pressing war crimes cases against Israeli officials in foreign courts and in the International Criminal Court (ICC), foreign funded Yesh Din attempts to portray Israel and its security forces as unaccountable to the rule of law.
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Partial list of Israeli NGOs that receive foreign government funding. Due to a lack of transparency in and discrepancies between reports by governments and NGOs, this table is incomplete and the numbers are approximate.
German government-funded EVZ Foundation provides support for German and Arab-Israeli student programs that incite Israel-hatred and that hosted Hajo Meyer, a Holocaust survivor and prominent anti-Israel activist.
Over the last month, NGO Monitors research documenting the misuse of German funds that promotes antisemitism has been featured in a series of Jerusalem Post exposes.
A German foundation set up to compensate slave workers during the Holocaust and fight contemporary antisemitism has misused public funds to support anti-Israel activities.
Following exposure of NIFs central role in funding BDS activities of the Coalition of Women for Peace (CWP), the New Israel Fund (NIF) on May 12 issued a statement falsely claiming that NGO Monitor knowingly published false information.
CWP is a leader in the boycotts, divestments, and sanctions (BDS) movement against Israel, primarily through its Who Profits project. Campaigns include the UC Berkeley divestment effort (2010), the Norwegian Governments Pension Fund which led to divestment from Elbit, and targeting of banks, security companies, civil infrastructure facilities, and private firms.