Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Scandinavia: Leads way in making Palestinians accountable for aid

After years of handing money over to the Middle East no questions asked, Denmark and Norway have decided to say enough is enough and have decided to cut their funding to those Middle Eastern orgs  who not only feel that it is their right to be handed money from the kufir, but to spend it as they wish. 

Denmark is going limit the number of Palestinian NGOs (from 24 to 10) that it supports and increase oversight of the ones that it does fund following an investigation which  came about after the opening of a women’s centre in the West Bank village of Buraq named for Dalal Mughrabi, who led the 1978 massacre on a highway near Tel Aviv that killed 37 civilians, many of them children, and injured dozens. The town refused to change the name saying it was chosen by the villagers “to commemorate a Palestinian hero who sacrificed herself for her country and therefore they have no intention to change its name regardless of the price. Big mistake.

Following hot on Copenhagen’s heels is Norway which has just announced limits on funding for NGOs supporting boycotts of Israel: A statement from the Norwegian government reads:
“Boycott creates distance, while the Norwegian government believes in dialogue and cooperation to create mutual trust as part of the solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict,” 
With the US doing likewise, the so called freedom fighters of Palestine , are going to have to start tightening their belts, because its a fact that their so called Islamic brothers aren't going to make up the shortfall.