While Grassroots International states that it “stands with the nonviolent Palestinian struggle for self-determination and human rights, particularly the human rights to land, water and food sovereignty,” it provides funding to a number of NGOs active in the Arab-Israeli conflict with ties to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP).
Despite Defense for Children International - Palestine's claims that the Great March of Return is a series of “protests” led by “civilians,” the actual evidence provided in their documentation proves otherwise.
Ariella Esterson discusses how instead of upholding the principle of universality and defending the populations that are suffering, organizations like Amnesty International regularly make political choices and take sides.
On November 22, 2018, B'Tselem published a report that utilized a flawed methodology, minimized the context of violence and terror, belittled the human rights of Israeli civilians living in close proximity to the border, and ignored Hamas and other Palestinian terror groups’ incitement to violence against Israel.
The Gaza events and accompanying slogans have given Amnesty’s anti-Israel NGO crusaders another opportunity to call for depriving Israelis of the means to defend themselves against Hamas terrorism.