An Israeli-designated terrorist organization posing as a “human rights organization” has been uncovered by an exceptionally passionate and conservative group. This group tracked the link between the so-called human rights organization, Al-Haq, to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). The PFLP has been designated as a terrorist group by the United States since 1997. It’s no surprise that Al-Haq has been caught defending and promoting violence, accusing Israel of “genocide” or “ethnic cleansing” more than 100 times on social media. That’s a lot of finger-pointing!
The report, released by a watchdog group, reveals that Al-Haq is a wolf in sheep’s clothing, disguising its hateful mission under a veil of human rights. The group is guilty of promoting blatant anti-Semitism, BDS, and lawfare, under the façade of promoting international law. It’s like a game of hide and seek, except this time, the seekers are uncovering some sinister plots.
New: A "human rights organization" and its leaders that have celebrated or justified Hamas terrorism against Israel on Oct. 7. raked in millions from Democratic megadonor George Soros, documents show.https://t.co/lPodKmUTEg
— Gabe Kaminsky (@gekaminsky) December 7, 2023
To top it off, it turns out that Al-Haq has been receiving over $2 million from the Foundation to Promote Open Society, an organization funded by the infamous George Soros. This revelation comes as no surprise, considering Soros’ long history of sowing discord and chaos. The report also brings to light Al-Haq’s leader, Shawan Jabarin, who was convicted in 1985 for aiding the PFLP and has continued to associate with PFLP in recent years. It’s a classic case of “birds of a feather flock together.”
The report digs even deeper, uncovering chilling social media posts by Al-Haq officials openly encouraging attacks on Israel and justifying radical, violent acts. It’s like a real-life spy thriller, with the villains posting their evil plans for the world to see. These posts leave little doubt about Al-Haq’s true intentions.
Further adding fuel to the fire is Al-Haq’s affiliation with American law schools and other organizations. It’s shocking to see these institutions unwittingly offering support to an organization with such sinister ties. It’s like a case of mistaken identity but with huge consequences!
Overall, this report serves as a wake-up call, shedding light on the dangerous alliances and activities of Al-Haq. It’s like a real-life detective story, with the truth slowly unraveling to reveal a web of deceit and manipulation. The question remains, how many more organizations are operating under the guise of promoting human rights while secretly fueling hate and violence? It’s a chilling thought, but one that must be addressed to ensure peace and safety for all.