Amnesty's War on Israel: Accusations of "Unlawful Killings" without Evidence
In its condemnations of Israel stopping Palestinian stabbing attacks, Amnesty International relies on faulty evidence and flawed methodology to portray Palestinians as victims and Israeli security personnel as aggressors, regardless of circumstance.
[Opinion] EU Research Funds Wasted on Amnesty's Hollywood-Style CSI Adventure
Gerald Steinberg maintains that an independent investigation is required to assess the European Research Council's funding to Forensic Architecture and its partnership with Amnesty International on the pseudo-scientific Gaza Platform.
[Opinion] Just Like Its Namesake, Amnesty's CSI: Gaza is About Psuedo-Forensics
Naftali Balanson illustrates that by appropriating the CSI brand, Amnesty has unwittingly provided insight into the fundamental problems with its Gaza Platform, as well as the flawed NGO narrative about the 2014 Gaza war.
Take Our Word for It: Medical Aid for Palestinians, Al-Mezan and Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights Peddle Baseless anti-Israel Narrative
The June 26, 2015 publication, No More Impunity, published by Medical Aid for Palestinians, Al-Mezan, and Lawyers for Palestinian Human Rights, is characterized by one-sided accounts, a total lack of verifiable sources, and lack of context.
[Opinion] Analysis: UN Report Cherry-Picks Evidence to Fit NGOs Anti-Israel Narrative
Yona Schiffmiller maintains that the fact that the UN Commission of Inquiry found Physicians for Human Rights- Israel (PHR-I) to be a reliable source speaks volumes about the abject failure of that body to accurately report on the 2014 Gaza conflict.
Letter to UN Sec-Gen Regarding 2015 Report on Children and Armed Conflict
NGO Monitor expresses concern regarding attempts by Human Rights Watch to influence UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moons preparation of the Report on Children and Armed Conflict.
[Opinion] Publication of Israeli Soldiers' Accounts Clouded by Political Agenda
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.
[Opinion] A Troubling Picture of UN Complicity in Palestinian War Crimes
Anne Herzberg maintains that while the BOI summary of the 2014 Gaza war lacks transparency, its mandate was generally even-handed, did not declare Israel guilty in advance and, even if unintentionally, refutes the predominant NGO narrative.