On September 26, 2017, an event will take place the European Parliament in Brussels featuring Leila Khaled, member of the PFLP terrorist group as well as a speaker from Addameer, a PFLP affiliated NGO. The event is further organized by Unadikum, an NGO that participated in a gala to raise funds for a PFLP affiliated group in Gaza.
In response to a letter sent by NGO Monitor regarding the funding of a group that inaugurated a youth center named after a terrorist, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs clarified that, in cooperation with the other donor countries of the Secretariat, the Netherlands has decided to suspend cooperation with WATC until further notice.
A letter written by NGO Monitor to WDR after it violated numerous journalistic standards in its statement on the antisemitism documentary, making false and defamatory claims about NGO Monitor.
An open letter to the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy on EU funding to organizations that incite violence and justify terror.
An open letter written by NGO Monitor to the Danish Foreign Minister, seeking clarification on future Danish funding to NGOs that incite to violence, justify terror and have alleged ties to terror organizations.
The UN edited and removed Manal Tamimi from a report written by Michael Lynk after NGO Monitor filed a complaint demonstrating that Tamimi frequently utilizes antisemitic and violent rhetoric and imagery on social media.
A letter written to members of Knesset by Prof. Gerald Steinberg.
Correspondence with Australian Ambassador regarding AusAid Funding of Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP)
Prof. Gerald Steinberg brings the problematic record of Palestinian NGO Medical Aid for Palestinians to the attention of the Australian government, receiving an assurance that these concerns will be taken into account in future funding projects.