Yesh Din, an Israeli political advocacy NGO funded extensively by foreign governments, issued a report today calling for Israeli legislation to codify war crimes in Israeli law as a means to punish Israeli soldiers.
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|Start date:||1 Jan 1988|
|End date:||17 Nov 2019|
Breaking the Silence uses the money it receives from European governments, largely through secret processes, for ideological campaigns outside of Israel. And their allegations ignore the complex moral dilemmas facing IDF soldiers every day.
How Soros-funded Groups Increase Tensions in a Troubled Region
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.