The United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC)
The fact that "independence" has been authorized-
Search for the task of investigating Israel.
Once again, the efforts made by the products of this agenda,
Government organization (NGOs)
With the powerful Islamic Cooperation Organization (OIC).
As part of the strategy developed by the 2001 UN Forum on NGOs in Durban, this once again seeks to demonize and isolate Israel at the international level.
On March 22, 2012, the United Nations Commission on Human Rights adopted a resolution drafted by human rights activists such as Cuba, Mauritania and Venezuela calling for "an independent international fact --
The mission, appointed by the President of the Council, investigates the social and cultural rights of Israeli settlements to citizens, politics, the economy, the entire Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem.
Palestinian non-governmental organizations including AddameerDameer, Al-Haq, Al-
Praise, Badr, DCI-
PS and PCHR conducted extensive lobbying for the resolution.
These developments review the formation of the facts of the United Nations --
A mission on the Gaza conflict led by Judge Richard Goldstone. The fact-
The commission of inquiry, also a product of NGO lobbying, led to the Goldstone report, which falsely accused Israel of "war crimes" and "crimes against humanity ", and deliberately targeted the "people of Gaza as a whole.
"Distortion and prejudice are so great that Judge Goldstone himself denied the worst allegations in a Washington Post columned.
The Goldstone report is also a disaster for Israeli human rights groups.
During the war in Gaza and the subsequent Goldstone process, the view emerged that Israeli NGOs were only concerned about the rights of Palestinians and were not concerned about violations and attacks against Israelis. The knee-
The condemnation of the war in Gaza (usually including false accusations) is a defensive response to thousands of rockets in Gaza, which makes Israeli NGOs unpopular.
When these political advocacy groups lobbied for the establishment of the UN Human Rights Commission's investigation into Israel, the rift between Israeli NGOs and Israeli society deepened.
Israeli NGOs claiming representative rights and civil society are calling for a crazy backlash
Human rights and-Israel body.
The weakening of credibility and respect is not surprising.
When Israeli NGOs provided the Goldstone delegation with material condemning Israel, the crisis intensified and then actively lobbied in the United States and Europe to adopt the report's flawed proposals.
Three Israeli groups of the Israeli Public Committee Against Torture (PCATI)
Doctors for Human Rights-
Israel and Adalah participated in the NGO "town hall meeting", which was held in Geneva on May 2009, which helped Goldstone's "investigation" process.
In addition, Israeli NGOs submitted a joint statement to Goldstone, but did not address the so-called Hamas war crimes, "instead, we have our own unique view that Israel must be held accountable for human rights violations.
A representative of PCATI mentioned "collective punishment" and "(Palestinian)
"Martyrs" at the Goldstone hearing on July 2009 ".
B 'Tselem has been asking for an "independent and credible investigation" of the Gaza war since January 2009, urging Israel to cooperate with Goldstone and "from the beginning to the end of Goldstone Mission Research, assistance was provided to investigators in the mission.
Following the publication of the Goldstone report, Adalah, together with extremist Palestinian NGOs, issued a press release urging states to "re-
Assess their relationship with Israel.
"After the Gaza war and the Goldstone report and the NGO monitors drew attention to the analysis of the NGO issue, the Israelis began to raise key questions about the role of NGOs in Israeli society: what are the political motivations in the statements and activities of NGOs? Not universal human rights values?
How can NGOs accumulate so much power and influence in the political process?
An Israeli NGO of a small number of activists --
Employees, claiming to represent "civil society "? How can a “non-
The government "organization receives most of the money from foreign governments?
In a recent survey by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, Israeli NGOs were given a second opportunity to change the Israeli perception of them.
They can speak out against the use of the UN framework by the abusive regime.
It is reported that peace is now one of Israel's most outspoken opponents of its policy in the West Bank and is "considering" not cooperating with facts --Looking for tasks
Peace Now executive director Yariv Oppenheimer noted that the Human Rights Commission is "not an objective institution" and "has taken steps further than the truth on this issue ".
"Alternatively, Israeli NGOs can repeat previous mistakes and participate in the manipulation of the international human rights framework by the Palestinian Authority, the organization of the Islamic Conference, Cuba and its allies.
If they join the political attacks against Israel, Israeli NGOs will further alienate Israeli society and consolidate their negative reputation.