REPORT: NGO Monitor found that the UN & World Health Organization facilitated millions of dollars of emergency COVID-19 funding from Canada, the EU, France, Germany, Ireland, Norway, Sweden and the UK to Palestinian organizations with links to terrorism.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Millions of dollars of international funding for the Palestinians’ coronavirus emergency response, coordinated by the World Health Organization and UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) have gone to organizations with links to terrorism, a new report by NGO Monitor found.
The research institution focused on the funding of non-governmental organizations found that several of the groups funded by OCHA and the WHO are tied to the People’s Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), which is recognized as a terrorist organization in Israel, the EU, US and Canada, and had staff members arrested and indicted late last year for the murder of 17-year-old Israeli Rina Schnerb. Continue Reading »
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs’ report confirms Israel sends the largest emergency medical team to Nepal.
By the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA)
Many Member States are offering support to the Nepal Earthquake response. Below is a snapshot of some of the operational and in-kind support provided based on initial information received, reflecting part of the tremendous effort of the entire international community in support of the Government and people of Nepal
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Nepal Earthquake: Foreign Medical Personnel Snapshot (as of 30 April 2015)
Israel, far from being the first to arrive or the largest contingency sent, the IDF sent to Nepal the largest medical team.
United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs’ report confirms that Jerusalem is doing everything it can to prevent civilian casualties in Gaza, while Hamas gov’t in Gaza does the opposite.
A United Nations report has confirmed that Israel is doing its utmost to avoid collateral damage in the Gaza Strip while fighting an enemy that uses its civilian population as a human shield.
IAF strike on Gaza – Photo: EPA
The situation report published by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) notes that while Israel has carried out over 900 strikes against Gaza, the majority of civilian casualties resulted from the specific targeting of a few dozens homes either belonging to senior Hamas terrorists, or which were used by the group to hide missiles and other weapons. Continue Reading »
Report claims intimidation, violence being used to limit Palestinian access to W. Bank springs; IDF rejects claims.
Ein Hagvura natural spring in the West Bank - Photo by Sharon Udasin
Amid the sprawling olive groves that surround Ein Al Ariq – or Ein HaGvura – outside of Nablus, Jamal Daraghmeh recalled the days of the 1970s, when he and fellow community members used to come to the basin to collect water for their village drinking needs and livestock.
“We [now] have access only after coordination for the olive harvest, once a year,” Daraghmeh, the mayor of nearby village al Luban al Sharqiya, told reporters during a United Nations field tour of the area last week. Continue Reading »