The vast majority of NGOs that made statements before the UNHRC general debate on June 24 failed to denounce the kidnapping and murder of the three Israeli teenagers.
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|Funders:||Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat: Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Netherlands|
|Start date:||1 Jan 1988|
|End date:||12 Aug 2020|
Human Rights and International Humanitarian Law Secretariat: Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Netherlands
A government donor consortium managed by Denmark, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Netherlands, provides millions of dollars to Israeli and Palestinian NGOs that engage in legal and political warfare to demonize Israel.
The discovery of yet another terror tunnel running from Gaza into Israel should cause NGOs and their European government funders to reevaluate and terminate their campaigns against Israels policies towards Gaza.
NGOs that claim to promote human rights often use antisemitic themes and imagery, including blood libels, theological antisemitism, new antisemitism, and exploitation of the Holocaust.
ICAHDs extensive difficulties demonstrate the degree to which political advocacy NGOs are dependent institutionally on what some funders refer to as project support.
In sharp contrast to Dutch government policy, direct and indirect funding supports NGOs that are active in BDS campaigns. In their response to this report, the Dutch Foreign Minister and State-Secretary of Foreign Affairs indicated that failure to end these activities may result in a cessation of funding.
Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Finland contribute millions of dollars annually to non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that include some of the most radical groups operating in Israel and the Palestinian Authority. The scope of funding from these countries is extensive compared to NGO support from other European governments. NGO Monitors research details the levels of Scandinavian funding received by specific NGOs, as well as the anti-Israel advocacy and demonization campaigns in which these NGOs engage often in direct contradiction to the humanitarian, peace, and human-rights agendas they claim to espouse.