Evangelical charity World Vision “knowingly funded group sanctioned for funding terrorism”

Sunday, February 2, 2020
By Paul Martin

FEB 2, 2020

“World Vision International, an international evangelical Christian humanitarian aid, development, and advocacy charity that is active in nearly 100 countries paid funds to a Sudan-based organization, the Islamic Relief Agency (IRA), that allegedly provided financial support to the late Osama bin Laden.”

This news is compounded by an NGO Monitor report about World Vision:

“According to World Vision, “Our work in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories remains one of the most challenging places where we operate, and one of the most difficult for children. That’s why we have been there for more than 40 years.”
Promotes a highly politicized and biased agenda, placing sole blame for the continuation of the conflict on Israel and paying little attention to legitimate Israeli security concerns or Palestinian terrorism against Israeli civilians. This includes calling the security barrier “illegal,” ignoring the fact that the barrier was built in the wake of the second intifada in which Israeli civilians were the targets of near daily suicide bombings.

And how does World Vision justify its anti-Israel bias?

We are Christian: “We seek to follow Jesus — in his identification with the poor, the powerless, the afflicted, the oppressed, and the marginalized … in his challenge to unjust attitudes and systems; in his call to share resources with each other …”

Unfortunately, truths including Israel’s history, justice, the history of jihad and the Palestinian leadership’s aim to obliterate Israel since 1948 are of little concern to a group which claims to “follow Jesus.”

This isn’t the first time World Vision has been implicated in promoting jihad terror. The Israeli Ministry of Strategic Affairs and Public Diplomacy reported:

“World Vision is a well-established international Christian relief organization that has operations in the Palestinian Authority and the Gaza Strip. Hamas’s military wing recruited Mohammed Halabi in 2005, and in 2010 Halabi became Regional Manager of World Vision in Gaza until he was arrested in 2016. During this time, Halabi took advantage of his position and transferred aid, equipment and relief packages sent by World Vision to Hamas, which were used to pay the salaries of Hamas operatives, and support the
construction of terror tunnels and Hamas’ military buildup. Approximately 60% of the NGO’s Gaza branch’s annual budget was transferred to Hamas.

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