Gerald Steinberg analyzes claims made in Amnesty International's recent 2016/7 report, illustrating how they lack sources of evidence and validity. The report is just one example of the group's biased stance, stringing together ideological slogans, unsupported accusations, and blanket allegations instead of conducting research to add to the state of human rights in the world today.
Gerald Steinberg argues that instead of sending inaccurate and biased letters in response to the proposed NGO law, European government officials should work to make the law unnecessary by increasing transparency and ceasing to fund politicized NGOs.
Anne Herzberg and Rachel Hirshfeld claim that the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People provides fuel for the virulent anti-Israel political warfare campaign that continues to gain momentum within the corridors of the UN.
Rivka Hecht maintains that the WCCs disguising of terrorists as political prisoners is an affront to the victims and to morality and amounts to nothing more than false prophecy.
Yitzhak Santis asserts that that until Christian funding of anti-Israel NGOs comes to an end, no credence should be given to the claim of their acting on any kind of ethical prophetic voice.