While some NGOs have condemned the recent series of attacks, others have either remained silent, blamed Israel, or have attempted to create an artificial balance and moral equivalence between terrorists and their victims.
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Like most of Oxfams publications on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, its most recent report includes numerous factual errors and promotes a fundamental political bias against Israel.
Josh Bacon claims that the discovery of a Gaza terror tunnel network should cause NGOs and their European government funders to rethink their ongoing campaigns against Israeli policies.
EU Parliament President Martin Schulzs speech before the Knesset and the controversial incident that took place highlight the damaging relationship between the EU and the network of politicized NGOs.