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“The heated debates over massive and secret foreign government funding for political advocacy NGOs (ostensibly non-governmental organizations) – such as B’tselem, Yesh Din, Gisha, and many more – that marked the beginning of the current Knesset session reflect the continuing concern regarding these issues in Israeli politics.” “Such NGOs receive funds under the façade of representing Israeli “civil society” and promoting “human rights and democracy.” But, their attacks take place far away from Israel — in college campuses around the world, European parliaments, and via international frameworks such as the UN Human Rights Council. Publications from these groups were copied in the discredited Goldstone report on the Gaza war, and they are behind many of the lawfare cases seeking to label Israeli officials as “war criminals”.”