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Hurryyat

Hurryyat claims to work for Palestinian rights, while accusing Israel of "apartheid" and supporting numerous BDS campaigns.

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Interfaith Peace-Builders (IFPB)

IFPB sends “3 – 4 delegations to Israel/Palestine every year,” claiming to expose the “everyday violence of war and occupation” and promotes BDS including calling to “End US Military Aid to Israel.”

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Statement on UN Blacklist Delay

NGOs, including Human Rights Watch, Amnesty International, and Al Haq, have been advocating for a discriminatory blacklist for many years to advance a BDS agenda. However, this does nothing to further human rights, and the UN should not devote further resources to this charade.

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Powerful NGOs, Antisemitism, and the Irish BDS Bill

The Irish Parliament is considering a bill, drafted in conjunction with Trocaire and Christian Aid, two powerful NGOs involved in demonization of Israel, ostensibly to criminalize trade in Israeli settlement goods. Although the bill refers generically to “occupied territories,” it was clearly written to explicitly target Israel.

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Rosa Luxemburg Stiftung (RLS)

According to its website, RLS “focuses on strengthening democratic elements of civil society” and “promotes alternative education based on the principles of democracy, social justice, absence of violence and peaceful regional and international cooperation.” In contrast to these stated moral objectives, funding is provided to highly politicized anti-Israel NGOs including Zochrot, Applied Research Institute Jerusalem (ARIJ), Bisan, and Combatants for Peace (CFP). (See funding chart below for more details.)

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Amnesty Silences Human Rights, Extends Hate Campaign

Amnesty International-UK’s Human Rights Centre in London was originally scheduled to host a debate on January 24, between Hillel Neuer of UN Watch and Fred Carver of the UN Association, moderated by human rights attorney and Yahad board member Danny Friedman. A few days before the event (January 24), however, Amnesty-UK abruptly cancelled the event on the grounds that the organization was “currently campaigning for all governments around the world to ban the import of goods produced in the illegal Israeli settlements.

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NGO Monitor Applauds Danish and Norwegian to Stop Funding to Divisive NGOs

On December 22, 2017, following an internal investigation of its funding to foreign non-governmental organizations (NGOs), the Danish Foreign Ministry announced that the “majority of Danish aid to the organizations, which was suspended in 2017, will not be paid.” The ministry also confirmed that that “donor cooperation [to the Ramallah-based NGO funding mechanism] will end at the end of the year 2017.”

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