Several humanitarian charities, including the Palestinian Children’s Welfare Fund (PCWF) and the Palestine Children’s Relief Fund (PCRF) have links with, a hate filled website, dedicated to the glorification of jihad and the denunciation of Israel. The medical coordinator of the PCWF, Rosemary Davis, a.k.a. Shadya Hantouli, owns the website and also serves as a spokesperson for the PCRF. PCWF is an Islamic children’s charity that works closely with the Holy Land Trust, a Christian nonprofit organization with offices in the U.S., Iraq, and the Palestinian territories. Joseph Farrah, Editor of World Net Daily, described the Holy Land Trust’s activities: "The lies this group tells…include the standard lines about Jews robbing the homes of Arabs, stealing their land and brutalizing them in a repressive state of military occupation…even rationalize terrorism." PCRF is headed by journalist Stephen Sosebee, who writes and speaks extensively at universities and other political "solidarity meetings" where he expounds on classic anti-Semitic, anti-Israel statements. Furthermore, PCRF received assistance from The Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development, Global Relief Foundation, and The International [Islamic] Relief Organization – all of which were closed down by the U.S. government for funding terrorist groups. Yet, PCRF proudly claims on its website that it "works with these organizations" and acknowledges their "support and cooperation." PCRF also received funding from the Arab American Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC), and Sosebee has worked closely with the International Action Committee (IAC), International Association for Palestine (IAP), and Center for American Islamic Relations (CAIR). The alleged connections between these groups and terrorism, along with the implications, will be analyzed in the next edition of NGO Monitor.