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Canadian tax dollars may be funding non-governmental organizations that have ties to Canadian designated terrorist organizations and anti-Israel projects.
In a report prepared by the organization NGO Monitor, the Trudeau government is shown to have given nearly $1.9 million dollars to the United Nation's botched COVID-19 response plan.
With this money, the UN and the WHO have funded several groups with ties to the People’s Front for the Liberation of Palestine: a group that is recognized as a terrorist organization by Israel, the EU, the US and Canada.
As well as this, NGO Monitor claims that in some instances "existing NGO advocacy ventures, which often involve anti-Israel rhetoric and agendas, have been relabeled 'COVID- 19,' without a substantive contribution to emergency humanitarian aid."
This money was instead used to fund "anti-Israel advocacy ventures" without any substantive contributions given to people within their communities.
As a result of this, the Canadian public are indirectly funding groups that either employ anti-Israel rhetoric, or who have overt ties to terrorist organizations.
Addressing this issue, Senator Linda Frum said that "UN coronavirus aid is going to Palestinian terror-linked groups including money from Canada—for purposes not necessarily to do with virus relief but rather political activity."
Canada is not the only country that is funding this project: France; Germany; Ireland; Kuwait; Norway; Sweden; Spain and the UK are all sending money to this program which is supposed to be given to groups aiding the coronavirus struggle.
In a quote provided to The Post Millennial from NGO Monitor, they stated that their "report provides a snapshot of what humanitarian aid actually looks like in crisis situations, and the accompanying shortcoming."
"It appears that key factors for OCHA are the goals of procuring of funds for NGO allies and 'padding the stats,' not providing critical humanitarian aid," they added.