Thursday, August 27, 2015

EU NGOs Wage an Animalistic Jihad on Israel

It galls 'em that Israel is a success and that the Holocaust occurred on their continent. Because they can't wreak their revenge via overt anti-Semitism (that's simply not done in polite circles these days) they try to disguise their lupine revulsion for the Jewish Enterprise by dressing it up in the sheep's clothing of "social justice" and "human rights." At the same time, they shed copious crocodile tears for the Palestinians, the victim group of "helpless" lambs they cherish above all others in distress. Here's part of a Gatestone piece on the animalistic hijinks:
There is a European "jihad" against Israel. A significant number of activist groups -- presenting themselves as international humanitarian aid and charitable projects designed to benefit the Palestinian people -- are actually "directly or indirectly active in Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) campaigns, lawfare, delegitimization and lobbying against Israel," according to a detailed report by NGO Monitor
Every year, European governments send hundreds of millions of dollars for humanitarian aid projects in Palestinian territories. Ostensibly, the money is intended for projects such as improving medical care, alleviating poverty, improving schools, or enhancing infrastructure. 
But beneath the surface lurk more venomous political advocacy agendas apparently designed to undermine Israel as a nation-state. 
Some of these European governments give money directly to the Palestinian Authority (PA). Others funnel it through non-governmental organizations (NGOs) that are present themselves as charitable groups. 
These governments and European-funded NGOs, however, often seem more dedicated to propaganda, political activism and undermining Israel, and less aimed at helping the Palestinians. Between 2012 -2014, for instance, more than $27 million in foreign funds have flowed into the bank accounts of radical left-wing NGOs in Israel, all in some way involved in anti-Israel advocacy activities...

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