According to a source, George Soros has given over $15 million over the course of the past seven years to these pro-Hamas organizations instigating the rallies that support terrorism in the wake of Israel’s October 7 strike.
The Open Society Foundation, the far-left billionaire’s funding network, donated $13.7 million to Tides Center, a “well-off lefty advocate organization that funds several charities who have defended Hamas’ bloody attacks,” according to a New York Post investigation of foundation documents.
The Adalah Justice Project is one of the organizations that benefit from the Tides Center. On the very day that Hamas terrorists killed over 1,400 Israelis, they shared an Instagram picture of a bulldozer ripping down a portion of Israel’s border fencing.
“Israeli colonizers thought they could keep two million people locked up in an open-air prison forever,” the description said. “No cage is safe from challenge.”
People in Illinois who work on the project say that it is a “Palestinian-led support group based in the U.S. that develops cross-movement coalitions in order to achieve collective liberation.”
“They believe that showing the connections between US policy abroad and harsh state actions at home is very important for changing the balance of power,” which is what their website says.
An activist group took over the office of U.S. Representative Ro Khanna (D-CA) on October 20 because he “refused” to sign a motion asking for an end to the fighting in Gaza.
That day, “aggressive protestors shouted antisemitic remarks” and carried a placard that said, “I DON’T CONDEMN HAMAS,” during a rally in Bryant Park, in NYC City, which Adalah members reportedly sponsored, according to the Post.
Open Society Foundations additionally gave $1.5 million to Adalah’s parent group, Adalah – The Legal Center for the Arab Minority Rights in Israel. However, the newspaper found that they only got $800,000 of that amount before cutting ties with the American group in 2018.
Soros also gave $30,000 to the South Asian immigrant organization Desis Rising Up and Moving in New York City in 2020. This group was another backer of the Bryant Park demonstrations where 139 individuals were arrested.
In addition, Soros’s foundation gave $60,000 to the Arab American Association of NY in 2018. This organization, which was co-founded by leftist anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour, coordinated the October 21 “Flood Brooklyn for Palestine” demonstrations in Brooklyn, where demonstrators allegedly “held a placard of the Israeli flag inside a trash container that said ‘Please keep the whole world clean!’”