Yona Schiffmiller outlines the context of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund's grant to the NIF to conduct research on anti-semitism on campus.
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|Start date:||1 Jan 1988|
|End date:||14 Jun 2021|
Robin Joshowitz argues that Dalit Baum and other activists in BDS campaigns inadvertently highlight the hypocrisy of BDS in their discriminatory targeting of Israel and companies that do business with or in Israel.
Jewish Voice for Peace, a US-based organization that refers to itself as the “Jewish wing” of the Palestinian solidarity movement, is completely non-transparent about its funding sources. NGO Monitor research has indentified a sizable portion of its funding, from private foundations and trusts.
Israeli NGO Zochrot will host a conference on the "Right of Return" of Palestinian refugees, funded by and including speakers from anti-Israel NGOs, many of which are funded by European governments, church-based foundations, and the New Israel Fund.
Yona Schiffmiller demonstrates how Rockefeller Brothers Fund, contrary to its stated goal of promoting peace, funds highly politicized, anti-Israel groups, such as Jewish Voice for Peace and Zochrot.
The United Methodist Church’s decision to embrace BDS against Israel is immoral and damages prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians.
Yona Schiffmiller calls upon the Rockefeller Brothers Fund to restrict its funding of politicized NGOs that, instead of promoting peace and justice, provide justifications for terrorism and support anti-Israel campaigns, prolonging the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Breaking the Silences allegations, which are funded directly and indirectly by foreign governments, do not tally with the recorded testimonies, and are nothing more than an attempt by the NGO to portray the events in line with its political agenda.