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NGO Monitor Analysis (Vol. 1 No. 4) 27 February 2003

Amnesty in the Arab-Israeli Conflict
Amnesty International faces a litany of charges of distorting contexts through misleading generalizations, minimizing objective difficulties and misusing legal authority (especially international law).

The Galilee Society
Established in 1981 by four health care professionals, it is now the largest Arab NGO operating in Israel. NGO Monitor is featuring this organization as an example of an NGO working in the field of civil and human rights in the Middle East that has not allowed an ideological bias to undermine its purposes.

HRW praises Belgian court
HRW produced a report expressing satisfaction over a Belgian court's decision to try Israeli Prime Minister, Ariel Sharon. NGO Monitor believes that this is evidence of politicization of the organization.

Virtual pilgrimage with Caritas
The Caritas organizations has a long record of animosity towards Israel. They have frequently criticized Israel, vilified the Israel Defense Forces, trivialized Palestinian terrorism against Israeli civilians, and highlighted the Palestinians as innocent victims of an immoral, brutal oppressor.
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