Washington Post cites NGO Monitor research regarding foreign funding to politicized NGOs that were attempting to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu from power.
Gerald Steinberg claims that anti-Zionist NGOs promote false allegations of "racism" and "discrimination" in an effort to reverse the definition of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people.
Gerald Steinberg maintains that Israeli democracy is strong enough to tolerate fringe voices that demonize Zionism, but there is no excuse for the European governments that provide funds used to amplify their destructive agendas.
Gerald Steinberg maintains that the BDS campaign is financed by hundreds of millions of dollars, euros, pounds, and krona provided to NGOs that operate cynically under the faade of human rights and similar ethical principles.
Gerald Steinberg maintains that instead of problematic draft legislation, which is exploited to promote campaigns that demonize Israel as anti-democratic and anti-human rights, the government should produce a coherent and long-term strategy to defend Israel's sovereignty.