Watch and learn about a three-year investigation of an anti-Semitic European group that presented themselves as human rights activists in order to perform their illegal, anti-Israel agenda.
The Ecumenical Accompaniment Programme in Palestine and Israel (EAPPI) – a project of the World Council of Churches (WCC), one of the biggest ecumenical organizations in the world – is a political project disguised as a human rights group.
Active mainly in Hebron and the Old City of Jerusalem, they have been collecting information, including security intelligence and returning home to lead anti-Israel campaigns, “sometimes, most of the time, with theological anti-Semitic rhetoric,” explains Itai Reuveni, director of communications for NGO monitor.
They have also been breaking into Jewish communities and harassing residents, and their support for Palestinian terrorists is documented.
The exposure of the EAPPI’s illegal actions – fully funded by European governments and churches, according to the report – is the result of years of meticulous work and documentation.
As a result of this in-depth report, the culmination of three years of investigations, the WCC announced they were pulling EAPPI out of Hebron.
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