The Be'ersheva District Court's convicted Mohammad El-Halabi for diverting aid money and resources from the international humanitarian organization World Vision to Hamas.
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Jerusalem-based NGO Monitor Addresses the UNHRC during the COI discussion on Israel: “An Inquiry that contribute to the erasure of history“
NGO Monitor addressed the UN Human Rights Council during the discussion of the Commission of Inquiry report on Israel
A new and unique report by Barrister Joshua Kern of 9 Bedford Row and NGO Monitor Legal Advisor Anne Herzberg, both experts in international law, examines in detail the legal definition of apartheid.
On September 22, the UN General Assembly will mark twenty years since the World Conference against Racism in Durban, South Africa, hosting the fourth such event (“Durban IV”). Durban was a major catalyst for ongoing delegitimization campaigns against Israel, such as BDS, lawfare, and other forms of political warfare.
On September 22, the UN General Assembly will mark twenty years since the World Conference against Racism in Durban, South Africa, in 2001, hosting the fourth such event (“Durban IV”). The original conference, and particularly its virulently antisemitic NGO Forum, was a major catalyst for delegitimization campaigns against Israel, such as BDS, lawfare, and other forms of political warfare.
A new report by NGO Monitor details 50 incidents from the May 2021 Gaza conflict in which members of terror groups, such as Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad, were listed as “civilian casualties” by NGOs. The report is accompanied by an interactive system, showing details about each case and revealing the misinformation hidden by NGOs.
Marking twenty years since the UN Durban Conference, NGO Monitor hosted an event titled "20 Years of Hijacking Human Rights - The Lasting Impact of Durban." The event brought together experts who discussed the enduring influence of the original Durban conference and NGO campaign to delegitimize Israel.
During a special session of the UN Human Rights Council to establish yet another permanent mechanism to single out Israel, NGO Monitor will address the Council and highlight the antisemitism behind the initiative
A policy paper published today by NGO Monitor, a Jerusalem-based think tank, examines the challenges and opportunities for US funding policy towards NGOs in the context of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict