FAQs

“I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.”

– Helen Keller


What is your objective with this site?

There are five central purposes of this website:

palestinian-child1) To present the facts about one of the most savage forms of Palestinian terrorism – rock-throwing against civilians, and the cars in which they are riding.

2) To expose the fact that certain prominent “news” entities and “human rights” groups work to elicit sympathy for Palestinian rock-throwers, while ignoring (or vilifying) the Israeli victims.

3) To inform taxpayers in the U.S., Canada, Western Europe of the fact that they are financially enabling the Palestinian terror machine – which, in part, is devoted to indoctrinating children to want to murder Jews, through rock-throwing and other means.

4) To provide pathways for these taxpayers to make their voices known to (a) the powers-that-be in their governments, and (b) the “aid” groups that are supposed to ensure that this money is only used for peaceful, “humanitarian” purposes.

5) To facilitate other forms of peaceful, principled, creative activism, to advance our other purposes.


Why are you doing this site without crediting the creator and/or author(s)?

The work on this website speaks for itself.  Anything a visitor sees that he or she suspects is incorrect or not in context, has all the reference resources to determine the truth.

A new team of aggressive, talented individuals is being formed for the purpose of engaging in new forms of pro-Israel, pro-liberty activism, some of whom will publish under their names, while others will publish anonymously.


Are you paid by the State of Israel, or any of its agencies or lobbyists?

No.  We accept no government funding of any kind.  We only accept private donations.


How can I help to advance your mission?

Drop us a note here, describe what you offer, and whether you will comply with a vetting procedure.

This website was made possible, in part, by a grant from the Middle East Forum, and the financial support of private donors.  The views expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the Middle East Forum.

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