According to the report the “response plan” from UN-OCHA includes projects with terror-linked NGOs, as well as for non-emergency advocacy.
World Vision continues to operate three entities responsible for Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza.
Becca Wertman explains that NGOs that claim human rights agendas must face the facts, that Hamas steals aid.
Does the “Humanitarian Imperative” Override Financial Anti-Terror Regulations? A Response to Chatham House
A position paper published by Chatham House in London overlooks the obvious risks, and demonstrated examples, of aid diversion to terror groups in conflict regions.
As one of the major funders of World Vision, Australia has been a central aspect of the story behind the allegations that a World Vision employee diverted $50 million to Hamas. Media coverage in The Australian newspaper has, likewise, played an important role in the public debate, and cited information from NGO Monitor throughout.
Gerald Steinberg explains that without greater oversight, aid to Gaza is ripe for misdirection to terrorist groups.