Lawsuit: US taxpayer dollars fund ‘Jewish terror’ against Palestinians

A rights organization has filed a complaint in the United States against an Israeli group for using US taxpayer money to sponsor “Jewish terrorism” against Palestinians.

In the lawsuit, T’ruah, The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights, asked the New York state Attorney General’s Office to investigate Honenu, a New York-based Israeli nonprofit that provides financial support to Jewish settlers convicted of or on trial for violence against Palestinians.

The complaint also names Honenu’s fiscal sponsor, the Central Fund of Israel, according to Israeli media.

Since 2003, Honenu has operated a fundraising program in the state of New York. The tax-exempt Israeli organization raised $233,700 in 2010, the last year for which official data is available, according to tax filings.

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