NGO Monitor urges the UN Human Rights Council's Commission of Inquiry on the 2014 Gaza Conflict: Avoid reliance on NGOs that are not credible or promote antisemitism.
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
NGO Monitor presented a new report on NGO efforts to promote another "Goldstone" pseudo-investigation at a special event held July 24, featuring a keynote address by Col. Richard Kemp CBE.
On July 23, the UN Human Rights Council, in partnership with NGOs, will hold a special session on the conflict in Gaza and will vote to create another immoral "Goldstone" pseudo-investigation.
The new EU guidelines are evidence of the influence of political NGOs - some funded by the EU - on the EU's policies. On occasion we have seen the EU rely on political NGOs' reports without checking their veracity. The practical results are worrisome and reflect a faulty and one-sided agenda.
B'Tselem, Gisha, and Physicians for Human Rights - Israel (PHR-I), which engage primarily in political advocacy and provided information to the Commission, were unable to influence the Commission's findings.