An official official document for foreign ministries is called as objective actions that "Diaspora encourage Jewish communities to stimulate their resistance to occupation."
The declaration, which is unheard of for European governments, funding for organizations that they say, promote peace between Israel and Palestinian authorities, published in a report that Earlier this year was published on the Dutch subsidy for the Breaking the Silence group.
Separately, it was a Dutch pro-Israel group that the former Dutch authority for Ramallah had enough subsidies for an anti-Israel organization when his son worked there.
The report entitled "Breaking the Silence Act ODA Under $ 250,000" is the report on Breaking the Silence, the reference to Diaspora communities under the heading: "Goal 3: To rely on the international arena to Israel long-standing occupation of OPT based on global shared values "OPT stands for" occupied Palestinian territories. "
NGO Monitor, a European-based watchdog group focuses on granting for Israeli and Palestinian authorities, criticizes the Ministry of "Israel's Diaspora relations, on one of 'sensitive issues" , when the founder Gerald Steinberg mentioned in a statement Tuesday.
The Dutch paper is the first time NGO Monitor has seen an explicit reference to internal relations between Jewish communities on an official EU document, a spokesperson for the group.
Chris Bakker, spokesman for Sigrid Kaag, Minister of Foreign Trade and Development, refused to answer JTAQuestion about the document, including the objectives they have indicated to their office, or to break the Silence.
Kaag's ministry provided $ 218,000 for Breaking the Silence in its budget for 2018. A former worker for the UNRWA Agency for Palestine support, Kaag is also the wife of a former Palestinian Authoritarian diplomat.
Also on Tuesday said the Center for Information and Documentation on Israel, or CIDI, on its website that information has Peter Mollema, the former representative for the Netherlands in Palestine territories, the Al-Mazen group grants in 2016 approve, when his son worked there as an interner.
CIDI called this a "conflict of interest."
Al-Mazen called the policy of Israel "Apartheid" and has the accusation of "ethnic cleansing". He has set up various judgments against Israel and is a supporter of # The campaign to boycott them since 2006.
Bakker, the minister-speaker, was not directly answer JTAS request for a response to CIDI & # 39; s complain.