Donations to Education Aid for Palestinians (EAP), a UK Charity, have been severely disrupted this week as their credit card donations facility has been withdrawn, and they have also been dropped by the Just Giving fundraising platform. EAP’s credit card donations facility was pulled down from their website on Sunday
The UK Charity Interpal, which is designated by the US as a terrorist entity, has suffered a further blow to its fundraising. The latest funding platforms to de-list Interpal are Give as you Live and Everyclick. JustGiving and BT MyDonate have already dropped Interpal. The credit card companies, including Visa,
Just Giving, the crowdfunding platform, has removed more than a dozen pages raising funds for Interpal. This was as a result of a letter to JustGiving from UK Lawyers for Israel, pointing out that they were contravening USA and Australian anti-terror legislation by participating in fundraising for a designated terror
UKLFI has urged travel companies to ignore Amnesty International’s calls for them to boycott Israeli businesses in areas administered by Israel. UKLFI has written to Expedia.com, Booking.com and TripAdvisor, pointing out that · Amnesty International has a record of prejudice against Israel of which this campaign is a further example.
The Charity Commission has told UK Lawyers for Israel that it may need to re-engage with Medical Aid for Palestinians (MAP) if it receives further complaints. This follows a complaint against MAP filed by UK Lawyers for Israel and the Lawfare Project in June 2018. The complaint outlined ways in which