Association for the Defence of the Rights of the Internally Displaced (ADRID) leads tours to Arab villages as a way to “refut[e] the Zionist narrative about our history and the tragedy that has befallen our people.”
While claiming to be a “think tank without borders,” Al Shabaka promotes BDS campaigns, a Palestinian “right of return” and features writers on its website who accuse Israel of “apartheid” and “ethnic cleansing,” without featuring alternative views.
Zochrot promotes a Palestinian “right of return,” which is equivalent to calling for the elimination of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people. It also supports a “one state” framework for the Arab-Israeli conflict, or a “de-Zionized Palestine.”
Human Rights Watch on Violent Hamas Border Riot: Promoting Terrorist Propaganda at Expense of Human Rights
Like other Human Rights Watch responses, this latest publication lacks credible methodology and manipulates the presentation of facts and law to advance a political narrative rather than engage in professional human rights research.
On May 6, 2010, Ittijahs head Amir Makhoul was arrested for allegedly spying on behalf of Hezbollah. Ittijah played a prominent role in the NGO Forum of the 2001 Durban Conference. The organization supports anti-Israel boycotts and advocates for the Palestinian "right of return."
The Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) was founded in 2002 by the Geneva-based World Council of Churches (WCC) and is considered to be the WCC’s “flagship project” on the Arab-Israeli conflict.