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|Start date:||1 Jan 1988|
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EU officials have attempted to justify the intense secrecy by using exaggerated claims of public security and commercial interest. The only reasonable conclusion is that the EU has something to hide.
New funding in 2011 includes three divisive NGOs: +972 Magazine, Sheikh Jarrah Solidarity Movement, and Human Rights Defenders Fund. Support ended for Mada al-Carmel, Al-Qaws, and Coalition of Women for Peace.
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.
NGOs, including NIF-funded ACRI, B'Tselem, and others, are utilizing the proceedings at the United Nations as a platform for advancing arguments in favor of legal attacks ("lawfare") against Israel and for prejudging Israeli responses to violent demonstrations.
In May and June 2011, the network of political advocacy NGOs initiated a campaign on the Jordan Valley. This NGO campaign includes numerous distortions of the complex security and diplomatic issues, and exploits the rhetoric of human rights, in order to advance the political agendas of the participants.
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.