Finally Israel supporters in the UK and abroad can take a stand against the EU, by voting leave.

Funding Terrorist Murderers

Britain gives millions directly to the Palestinians, more than one-third of which goes straight to the Palestinian Authority. Which openly admits supporting terrorists whom it hails as heroes for fighting Israel, awarding lifetime payments that rise depending on time spent in jail and the seriousness of crimes. One Hamas master bomber has reportedly been given more than £100,000. Other ‘salaries’ go to the families of suicide bombers and even teenagers involved in the latest upsurge of deadly attacks on Israel.

The PA passes millions on to the infamous Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) – which in turn gives it to convicted terrorists locked up in Israeli prisons and their families. Among them are Amjad and Hakim Awad, cousins who killed Ehud and Ruth Fogel, their two toddlers and baby in their home in 2011. It is estimated that Amjad alone may have been paid up to £16,000 from the fund so far. Also on the payroll is Abdallah Barghouti, the Hamas bomb-maker who was sentenced to life after attacks in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv during the second intifada. It is thought he has received payments totaling £106,000.


Building EU Colonies on Israeli Land

The European Union has unilaterally built over 1,000 illegal structures on Israeli land across the West Bank in an attempt to establish a de-facto Palestinian State. In addition to setting up new European funded Palestinian communities in direct contradiction of the Oslo Accords and international law. The EU has also paved roads, dug wells, installed electricity pylons and wind turbines without coordinating with Israel who has legal jurisdiction over the land. These actions are proudly taken in the light of day and the buildings are adorned with European flags to intimidate Israel. Regavim, the Israeli legal watchdog recently took the EU to court over their illegal colonies, to which they responded by declaring diplomatic immunity. British MPs have expressed outrage that the EU is using aid money to 'meddle' in a foreign territorial dispute. Israel's Prime Minister recently told foreign journalist that: 'when we take down these illegal constructions, we are then again condemned, so it's a Catch-22... This is a clear attempt to create political realities... I think we need to re-set our relationship with the EU.” While Israel’s Deputy Foreign Minister recently stated that “the government of Israel has no intention of giving a green light to the building of illegal structures in a political effort to decide the borders of Israel.”

Labeling Israeli products to encourage boycott

There are over two-hundred land disputes worldwide, however the European Union has decided to advise its member states to label products made by Israelis in the West Bank. This measure was only taken against Israel and no other country, making it a modern manifestation of state sponsored anti-Semitism.

Funding Hundreds of anti-Israel NGOs

The European Union directly funds hundreds of international organizations and Israeli puppet groups that pursue anti-Israel agendas. From defaming and framing Israeli soldiers to funding and supporting the boycott and lawfare movements. This European influence has become so worrying, that the Israeli Justice Minister is currently pursuing Israeli legislation to curb the amount of funds that Israeli NGOs are permitted to receive in donations from foreign governments.


What YOU can do

Vote Leave on the June 23rd referendum.

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