Soros-backed radical group backs legal bond fund for violent pro-Palestinian ‘activists’
The Soros-funded Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ) is a “fiscal sponsor” of the newly created Palestine Freedom Fund, a project of the enraged NY4 Palestine anti-Israel coalition that “as a first initiative” has raised nearly 20 $ 000 to fund legal fees for Palestinian protesters who took part in anti-Semitic protests that escalated into violence against Jews in Midtown Manhattan last week.
The fund is aligned with three radical anti-Israel support organizations, including the Solidarity network of Palestinian prisoners Samidoun, which process donations from the fund.
A declaration on the fund website States that the Palestinian communities “are under attack”, while asking for help “to fight against criminalization and support the targeted young people!”
“Every day, young people and activists for Palestine are targeted for criminalization, surveillance, protest arrests and police brutality,” the site continues, claiming that the fund “works to support bail and legal fees for Palestinian organizers, Palestinian activists and members of the persecution community. “
The gathering of queens for Palestine is underway. According to the scanners, the NYPD Mobile Field Force and SRG could respond. https://t.co/hMMYp7DRxV
– PROTEST_NYC (@protest_nyc) May 22, 2021
The fund too Remarks its goal is to raise funds for the bail and legal support of young Palestinians arrested during anti-Israel protests in New York.
According to his site, donations to the Palestine Freedom Fund are treaty by the solidarity network of Palestinian prisoners of Samidoun through their fiscal sponsor, the nonprofit Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ), supported by Soros, which also helps the fund in various ways.
The site too Remarks that payments made to the fund will be reflected as a donation to the Soros-supported group.
“Please note that your card statement will show this as a donation to Alliance for Global Justice,” it read.
Financial arrangement crucial for radical pro-Palestinian Palestinian prisoner solidarity network Samidoun to receive funding after Israel officially designated the group a terrorist organization in February because of its association with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP), which is characterized as a terrorist organization in the United States, Canada, Israel and the European Union.
According to the Israeli National Office for the Financing of the Counterterrorism, the solidarity network of Palestinian prisoners Samidoun serves as a front for the PFLP terrorist group abroad and “plays a major and important role in the PFLP’s anti-Israel propaganda efforts, fundraising, and activist recruitment.”
Due to its links with a designated terrorist organization and its channeling of money to it, the solidarity network of Palestinian prisoners in Samidoun was banned from all major payment processing servers as of January 2020.
After Donorbox, Paypal. and Plaid help cut funding to the group, Mastercard, Visa and American Express all removed the option to give money to the group after extensive evidence was presented on its links with the terrorist organization PLFP.
Avoidance of sanctions by AFGJ supported by Soros
the fiscal sponsorship with the AFGJ allows the solidarity network of Palestinian prisoners of Samidoun to circumvent the ban, the money paid to the bond fund via the network being processed via the AFGJ.
AFGJ tax files show this progressive billionaire philanthropist George Soros has always been one of his biggest donors through his Open Society Foundation and the Tides Foundation.
Other notable donors include the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Family Fund and the Ben & Jerry Foundation, the charity associated with the ice cream maker, among other far-left foundations..
According to the Capital Research Center, AFGJ provides Tax sponsorship services that fund groups that do not have 501 (c) (3) nonprofit status from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). As a result, the AFGJ serves as a “pass-through” entity allowing donors to donate to a group that does not have tax-exempt status by donating to the AFGJ instead.
Through this mechanism, groups can avoid reporting their activities to the public and even perform “legally questionable actions” before disappearing without any liability.
According to its latest IRS deposit, The objective of the AFGJ fiscal sponsorship service is “to help the progressive movement to develop and gain more influence at regional, national and international levels”.
By providing fiscal sponsorship to groups such as the Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, AFGJ complaints to be in a “unique position” to “witness and support this liberation movement,” adding, “We are inspired by their creative responses to protect our people and challenge the structures of injustice.”
AFGJ declares that she is “proud” of her role even if “it is not without risks”, noting that she has been accused “of being anti-Semitic for having sponsored the Palestinian rights organization”.
He also says he is “willing and able to fight” for his budget-funded programs.
“The AFGJ is there to help ensure that the actors who organize themselves to build a better future have the structure and the tools they need to act,” writes the group.
The radical NY4Palestine coalition, which was first Many of the protests in New York City that have resulted in violence against Jews include two other groups: Al-Awda: The Palestinian Coalition for the Right of Return, which “supports the struggle for the liberation of Palestine” against “the racism and discrimination inherent in Zionist ideology”, and “In our life,” which described himself as “anti-Zionists” who support the right of Palestinians to “resist the Zionist occupation by all means necessary [emphasis added]. “
“The liberation of Palestine requires the abolition of Zionism,” adds his site.
Since its inception, Al-Awda has regularly hosted terrorists convicted during its events, while senior members of the group have expressed support for violence against Israelis and have been accused of anti-Semitism on social media.
Al-Awda was also banned payment services.
On Saturday, coalition groups marched through the streets of Queens, where organizers carried out various anti-Zionist chants.
Nearly two dozen were arrested last week after pro-Palestinian protesters attack a pro-Israel counter-demonstration in Times Square. In one clip, a passerby is burned when protesters set off fireworks.
After pro-Palestinian thugs savagely beat Jewish man, one of the attackers involved – Wasseem Awawdeh, 23 – reportedly Told prosecutors: “If I could do it again, I would do it again.” I have no problem doing it again.
During the attack, Awawdeh reportedly told the Jewish victim, “F *** Israel, Hamas is going to kill you all” and called him a “dirty Jew.”
Monday, the Algemeiner request comment from the three groups supporting the Palestine Freedom Fund to clarify where the tens of thousands of people raised online would go, although no response was received.
The NY4Palestine Radical Coalition plans to hold a large protest Saturday in Washington, DC, at the Lincoln Memorial with more than 100 other organizations.
“Like the call to rally Remarks: “We must go big and bold now for Palestinian liberation now that a ceasefire has entered into force. No return to the status quo. It is time for Israeli colonialism, ethnic cleansing, apartheid, military occupation and blockade to be dismantled now! We also endorse the campaign for #SanctionIsrael which will be highlighted during the month of March! the coalition announced.