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Yesh Din is working in partnership with Breaking the Silence and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I).
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.
“The repeated instances in which international organizations are hijacked by Hamas highlights the urgent need for greater oversight by both NGOs and their donor governments."
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 court said that since Tamimi is a minor, a trial behind closed doors is “in her best interests.”
Starting in 2015 in the US, in 2016 in Australia, and in August 2017 in Canada, NGOs led by Defense for Children International Palestine (DCI-P) have been conducting a campaign under the label of “No Way to Treat a Child.”
As past history shows, these campaigns will do nothing to revitalize the “stalled peace process” or the creation of a “peaceful and just Palestinian society.”
Unfazed, Tal and Gili sang the words to Hatikva from their places on the dais, where spectators could see, regardless of the noise on the speakers.
The European-funded Palestinian Centre for Human Rights (PCHR) NGO had whitewashed the Sept. 26 terror attack at Har Adar on its website.
PM Netanyahu vowed in an address to establish a parliamentary committee to investigate NGOs "that operate against Israeli soldiers."
"The evidence demonstrates that Open Society funding contributes significantly to anti-Israel campaigns in three important respects."
A joint funding mechanism of the Swiss, Danish, Swedish, and Dutch governments is suspending funding to the organization which inaugurated a PA women's center named after terrorist Dalal Mughrabi.
A 2008 amendment to Israel's Citizenship Law authorizes the court to approve a request from the interior minister to revoke the citizenship of Israeli citizens for "breach of loyalty."
"Government opposition to the Palestinian Authority policy of paying salaries to convicted terrorists ought to be self-evident."
In 2016, a 'History of Palestinian Druze' seminar was hosted by Bladna in the Druze town of Daliyat al-Karmel, which stressed the 'importance of refusing to enlist.'
“Standing strongly against the positive commemoration of terrorists is an essential part of the international effort to eradicate terrorism," Israel said.
One German-funded NGO calls the wave of stabbings that began in October 2015 a "youth uprising."
Between September 2012 – June 2016, BtS held more then 80 lectures, exhibitions and events across Europe, America, South Africa and Australia.
Swiss lawmakers send about one million Swiss francs each year to an anti-Israel umbrella organization in Ramallah.
Performing a furious back crawl in the pool of state, Spokesman Nahshon said the foreign ministry's view had been given to the interior ministry before the completion of the internal decision-making process.
The NIF funds Adalah, Breaking the Silence, +972 Magazine, and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, who are primarily active in campaigns that contribute to BDS and delegitimization.
Breaking the Silence has been receiving funds originating with the British government via aid organizations, the NGO Monitor reports.