Professor Gerald M Steinberg analyzes the hypocrisy of UNICEF,
On October 7, 2023 (which was the Sabbath and a Jewish holiday), hundreds of Palestinian terrorists poured across the border from Gaza into Israel, slaughtering hundreds of Jews, and torturing, maiming, and kidnapping others. Gaza Palestinians also engaged in public desecration of victims’ bodies. In parallel, thousands of rockets were fired at Israeli population centers, sending millions rushing to shelters.
Every one of these attacks constitutes a blatant violation of international humanitarian and human rights laws.
Since the brutal October 7 Hamas pogrom, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has hyperactively published statements and condemnations, primarily demonizing Israel.
NGO Atrocity Inversion: False Accusations of Genocide and Ethnic Cleansing to Distract from Hamas Massacre
NGOs are repeating the accusations that Israel is guilty of even more outrageous and extreme international crimes: genocide and ethnic cleansing.
Daniel Segal discusses how NGOs erase the heinousness of Hamas crimes and fuel the international demonization of Israel.
On October 17, the Hamas-run Ministry of Health in Gaza claimed that an Israeli airstrike hit Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital, killing hundreds of civilians. Many NGOs immediately adopted the Hamas narrative of Israeli culpability, even though there was no evidence to support it.
NGO Monitor has compiled statements from NGOs during the October 2023 Gaza War.
Many NGOs that claim to promote human rights, humanitarian principles, and international law have condemned Israel for the evacuation warning. This campaign is not only aimed at diverting attention from the barbaric Hamas slaughter of 1,500 Israelis, but also bolsters and enables Hamas.
NGOs that are funded by European governments to promote “human rights” and “international law” are justifying and celebrating the attacks in an immoral attempt to grant legitimacy to terrorism and Hamas.