Anne Herzberg reviews a paper by Prof. Eugene Kontorovich's, highlighting the double standards of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch.
Gerlad Steinberg claims that the COI report on the 2014 Gaza War is written with the harsh ideological accusations of William Schabas, interspersed with the more reasonable caution of Mary McGowan Davis, as well as heavy reliance on biased and politicized NGOs with faades of expertise.
Gerald Steinberg claims that the funders of Breaking the Silence are clearly interested in portraying the actions of IDF soldiers as criminal and callous, thereby hoping to pave the way for prosecutions targeting Israel at the International Criminal Court.
Gerald Steinberg asserts that while the ICC has long been exploited to promote partisan agendas, an independent ICC investigation and prosecution of the murder of Alberto Nisman would belatedly fulfill the Courts purpose.
Gerald Steinberg claims that as the campaign to prosecute Israel at the ICC advances, the clash between Israel and the European supporters of the NGO network that continues to lead this legal warfare campaign will be no less dramatic than the battle inside the court.
Gerald Steinberg claims that while it will take major effort and many years to restore positive EU-Israel relations, Ms. Mogherini has the opportunity to initiate long-overdue change to failed and often destructive policies.
Gerald Steinberg claims that a well-funded network of NGOs has long provided the political support for the Palestinian ICC initiative.
- Durban Strategy
- EIDHR (European Instrument of Democracy and Human Rights)
- International Criminal Court (ICC)
- Schabas-Davis Report
The EU and European governments must openly and honestly explain to the Israeli public and their own taxpayers what motivates funding to highly politicized NGOs.