The ad campaign we created to expose these kapos (below) was banned under NYC’s free speech ban on public transit.
A member of the rich lefty Jewish cabal, MTA board member Charles Moerdler, led the putsch against our anti- BDS ads that expose wealthy Jewish donors who support Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions initiatives against Israel. Moerdler railed against our ads exposing wealthy donors’ support of the New Israel Fund, which supports BDS organizations. Mr. Moerdler and his country club buddies may have stopped us on buses — but those ads will go up — elsewhere.
Daniel F writes, “The Israel-bashing Left has infiltrated and hijacked the most important Jewish communal organizations in the country. And we’ve known for sometime they have been misappropriating the community’s donations by funneling our money to anti-Zionist projects intended to undermine Israel and promote the Arab cause against the Jewish state. Is this, or is it not, a violation of their charters and their fiduciary responsibilities? If the answer is yes, then we must take the quislings to court! Heretofore, nothing else has put a dent in their betrayal of the Jewish people. Only yesterday, the Israel Day Parade in NYC was infested with notorious anti-Zionist groups like the New Israel Fund (NIF) – all with the approval of “major Jewish organizations” who run the event.”
Karen R. Adler, Alisa Doctoroff & Jewish Communal Fund Fund Anti-Israel Movies
In a stunning revelation unleashed today by JCC Watch, The Jewish Communal Fund has given $300,000 to support a slate of propaganda films distributed all over the world intended to undermine the State of Israel.
The grants enabled ‘Just Visions’ funding for at least three films, including:
- Budrus (2009), that makes the case against Israel for building the separation wall to end the years of suicide bombings and sniper fire directed at their civilian population. The movie positively portrayed rock-throwing violence against Israel.
- Home Front: Portraits From Sheikh Jarrah (2011), from their website: “A series of four short films chronicling the resolve of a Palestinian neighborhood in East Jerusalem, where families are struggling to keep their homes in the face of escalating Israeli settlement expansion.”
- My Neighbourhood (2012), from their website: “Mohammed El Kurd is a Palestinian boy growing up in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah. His family loses half of their home to Israeli settlers leading a campaign of court-sanctioned evictions to guarantee Jewish control of the area.”