The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs oversees and facilitates government funding to some of the most biased and politicized regional NGOs, including a number involved in BDS and "lawfare" campaigns against Israel.
Naftali Balanson asserts that humanitarian aid groups, as well as their funders, must establish better practices to minimize the risk of exploitation and prevent material aid from reaching terrorist organizations, including the Islamic State and Hamas.
HRW admits to a lack of expertise regarding the chemical weapons attack in Syria, but fails to acknowledge factual shortcomings in accusing Israel of war crimes.
In sharp contrast to its inaction on Syria, Oxfam can always be relied upon to direct overwhelming energy and resources to pummelling Syrias democratic neighbour, Israel.
NGO Monitor concluded that organisations including Amnesty and Human Rights Watch had neglected to expose human rights violations in the decade leading up to the uprisings.
Sarah Leah Whitson, HRW's Middle East director, praised Seif Islam Qaddafi as a leading reformer in Libya. Whitson's embrace of Qaddafi includes two op-eds promoting the facade of improvements to Libya's human rights record.