NGO Monitor delivered a submission to the UN Commission of Inquiry (COI) on the protests and violence along the Gaza-Israel border beginning in March 2018.
A Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) contractor who was killed on April 6 during the violence along the Gaza-Israel border, has reportedly been exposed as an officer in the Hamas terrorist group. If true, then this is another worrying example of Hamas infiltration of an international aid organization.
The recent revelation that aid funds from World Vision have been being diverted to fund Hamas activities highlights the need for greater oversight in NGO funding.
In anticipation of the publication of Amnesty Internationals Annual Report, NGO Monitor notes that given the organizations strong ideological biases, particularly targeting Israel, journalists, diplomats, and academics must examine each claim independently.
BTselem claims lack credibility and are part of Schabas and ICC political campaigns against Israel.
- Civilian Casualties
- Combatants Identified as Civilians
- International Criminal Court (ICC)
- International Law
- Laws of Armed Conflict
In advance of a Nov. 5 report to be released by Amnesty International, NGO Monitor emphasizes Amnestys lack of professional investigatory methodology and urges journalists to approach all such factual and legal claims with caution.
Despite the faade of professionalism and expertise of Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International, any conclusions of their current investigations should be treated with the skepticism they deserve.