Investigative journalist Uri Blau conducted a months-long analysis into how tax-exempt dollars raised by U.S. non-profit organizations end up supporting Jewish settlements in the West Bank, even as the White House opposes their development. By tracing and reporting on the spending of these groups, the project sheds light on the massive flow of private, tax-deductable donations to the settlements and on the American organizations that funnel these tens of millions of dollars each year to Jewish communities in the West Bank.
- Haaretz investigation: U.S. donors gave settlements more than $220 million in tax-exempt funds over five years
- From N.Y.C. to the West Bank: Following the money trail that supports Israeli settlements
- An inside look at how Haaretz tracked the flow of U.S. donations to Israeli settlements
- Does your Jewish charity donate to the settlements?
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Reporting for this story was supported by a grant from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting http://pulitzercenter.org/