Olga Deutsch analyzes how even though governments have vetting procedures that should prevent the abuse of taxpayers’ funds, time and again, evidence emerges showing that they cooperate with entities linked to terror groups.
This report provides background on the situation of women and women’s groups within Palestinian society. The report analyses the highly restrictive and coercive civil space and provides an overview of Palestinian female role models, the vast majority of whom are celebrated for their participation in violent “resistance.” The report also looks at the role of the international community in perpetuating this state of affairs, whether through funding of radical Palestinian NGOs, or through granting international legitimacy to these groups in multilateral forums such as the UN.
On September 26, 2017, an event will take place the European Parliament in Brussels featuring Leila Khaled, member of the PFLP terrorist group as well as a speaker from Addameer, a PFLP affiliated NGO. The event is further organized by Unadikum, an NGO that participated in a gala to raise funds for a PFLP affiliated group in Gaza.