A number of European funded Israeli NGOs mourn the establishment of the state of Israel as a Nakba and actively promote a Palestinian right of return, which, if implemented, would effectually mean the elimination of Israel as a Jewish state.
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NGO Transparency Law Update: NGO Funding From Foreign Governments Reported to the Israeli Registrar of Non-Profits, 2012-2014
Transparency regarding government funding for NGOs transcends partisan ideology, and is essential for ensuring the values of democracy and accountability.
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.
German funding to political NGOs active in the Arab-Israeli conflict often supports radical organizations that oppose peace, promote demonization, political warfare, and in some cases, blatant antisemitism.
Many NGOs that claim a human rights mandate have remained silent regarding the recent kidnappings and murders, while most NGOs that have released statements have created an artificial balance by also criticizing Israel and/or blaming Israel.
In advance of Israeli Independence Day, NGO Monitor has examined the roles of three Israeli NGOs that actively promote a "one-state" framework, which would mean the eradication of Israel as a Jewish state.