IfNotNow issued this statement: "…Shabbat shalom to everyone except Tom Mountain..."
As of Sunday evening in Israel, the Snitch has picked up $8,165 in donations, out of an end goal of $20,000.
When Islamists and other anti-Israel groups gather, they’ve learned to use euphemisms to take the edges off some of their more extreme views.
In June, Ramah national director Rabbi Mitchell Cohen circulated an email vowing: “Ramah camps have not engaged—and will not engage—in any way with IfNotNow as an organization.”
From pro-Israel Christian, Salazar became a bona fide anti-Zionist Jewish activist.
Ad Kan asked the Swiss ambassador to explain his country's reasons for funding Akevot to the tune of $200,000, and demanded that embassy staff be instructed to resume acceptable diplomatic protocol.
BtS has been accused of exceeding its role when it began to receive foreign funds and was pushed to deliver more "thrilling" stories of IDF abuses, but this time for foreign consumption.
The TIPH official who hit a Jewish child was sent home to Switzerland.
While young people were preparing for their flights to Israel, they were asked about certain issues and policies, with their answers recorded.
Yesh Din is working in partnership with Breaking the Silence and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I).
An inside look at 'IfNotNow' trying to influence the younger generation of American Jewry and bring 'the end of the occupation.'
One major target for this project are Chabad activities, which include summer camps for children in municipalities that cannot afford one.
The NGOs examined in the NGO Monitor report are politically active in the Arab-Israeli conflict and conduct a considerable part of their activities abroad, including lobbying the International Criminal Court at the Hague to prosecute Israeli officials.
More than a dozen NGOs that promote anti-Israel boycotts have received some 5 million euros annually in European Union funding. In addition, an estimated several million more euros were channeled to boycott-promoting NGOs through third parties that receive E.U. assistance.
The left-wing NIF non-governmental organization, which is headquartered in New York with offices in various countries, is a main financial backer of the delegitimization campaign against Israel by supporting various local Israeli-based NGOs that are often at odds with the state.
The situation is raising eyebrows about the standards maintained during the hiring and vetting of professionals—or worse, that the federations and synagogues themselves are comfortable with BDS activists teaching at Hebrew schools.
The billboard depicts NIF President Talia Sasson opposite an IDF soldier, the target of the NIF $87 million efforts to harm the State of Israel and its army.
NGO Ir Amim received $3 million from European donors between 2012-2017, and $1.8 million from the NIF between 2008-2016.
The New Israel Fund this week denied PM Netanyahu's accusation that it sent a letter to the Rwandan government asking it to reject a deal to absorb illegal migrants from Israel. We found the letter.
The reported statements include comparisons between Israel and the Nazis, blaming the downfall of Arab leaders on a “Hebrew spring” and depicting Israel as a two-headed monster.
The New Israel Fund, B'Tselem, Rabbis for Human Rights, Yesh Din, Adalah, and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel were among the groups that ignored the plaintiffs' pleas. Some NGOs stated they only help "Palestinian who are suing the State of Israel."
The activists held signs reading "The destruction of Netiv Ha'avot, brought to you by European governments," and chanted slogans such as, "You are pawns of Germany, how are you not ashamed?"
A French organization wrote, “We will not be able to reach the youth organization with which we collaborate in the West Bank. We won’t be able to coordinate projects… This is Israel’s way of silencing us.”
The letter was signed by academics from 15 different Israeli universities and colleges, with the majority coming from Hebrew University, Tel-Aviv University and Ben-Gurion University.
Why would so many American Jews object to their country ever recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, to be followed by moving its embassy there?