UNICEF spearheads a campaign to have Israel included on a UN blacklist of “grave” vio-lators of children’s rights. This political agenda is a primary facet of UNICEF’s activities relating to Israel, completely inconsistent with its mandate of “child protection” and from its guidelines for neutrality and impartiality.
UNCTAD's latest report, while published by a UN body that is supposed to focus on trade, investment, and development, instead is part of a Palestinian and UN-initiated propaganda campaign to demonize Israel. The report relies on non-credible source material, and ignores material economic factors, resulting in a publication that fails to issue any conclusions that would actually lead to development and peace in the region.
A "Dispatch" published by Human Rights Watch was written by a woman who has written, and been fired on account of her writing, Palestinian propaganda. She was previously dismissed from UN-OCHA due to her posting a "bogus" claim on Twitter.
Trócaire has launched a campaign – consisting of a video, petition, and public displays – marking “the 50th anniversary of the occupation of the West Bank, and the 10th anniversary of the blockade of Gaza.”The campaign consists of false accusations and propaganda, and erases the need for security due to terrorism.
Broken Hopes, whose bias was revealed through research by NGO Monitor, presents the views of three anti-Israel spokespeople who are in various ways connected to the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestiture and Sanctions (BDS) movement or to organizations that oppose Israels existence.