European Diplomats: Israel Failed to Submit Sufficient Evidence Against Outlawed Palestinian NGOs

The European Commission's Anti-Fraud Office is not expected to open a probe into the Palestinian groups Israel declared as terrorist orgs, sources say ■ One diplomat says the evidence submitted 'doesn't meet the required threshold of proof'

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Israel has not provided European countries with sufficient evidence about the six civil society organizations in the West Bank it accused of funding and acting on behalf of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, European diplomats told Haaretz.

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