The far-left billionaire financier’s grantmaking network, the Open Society Foundation, distributed $13.7 million through Tides Center, a “deep-pocketed lefty advocacy group that sponsors several nonprofits who’ve justified Hamas’ bloody attacks,” a New York Post review of the foundation’s records revealed.
Beneficiaries of the Tides Center include the Adalah Justice Project, which posted an image to Instagram of a bulldozer tearing part of Israel’s border fence down on the day Hamas terrorists carried out a massacre of over 1,400 Israelis.
The caption read, “Israeli colonizers believed they could indefinitely trap two million people in an open-air prison… no cage goes unchallenged.”
The project, based out of Illinois, advertises being a “Palestinian-led advocacy organization based in the U.S. that builds cross-movement coalitions to achieve collective liberation.”
“Our work is rooted in the conviction that drawing the linkages between US policy abroad and repressive state practices at home is crucial to shifting the balance of power,” their website states.
The activist group occupied U.S. Rep. Ro Khanna’s (D-CA) office on October 20 after he “refused” to sign a resolution calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Adalah’s members also cosponsored a rally in New York City’s Bryant Park that day, “where hostile demonstrators spewed antisemitic chants,” and displayed a sign reading “I DO NOT CONDEMN HAMAS,” the Post reported.
Soros also contributed $30,000 in 2020 to the NYC South Asian immigrant group Desis Rising Up and Moving, another cosponsor of the Bryant Park protest where 139 people were arrested.
Soros’s foundation also doled out $60,000 in 2018 to the Arab American Association of New York, a group cofounded by leftist anti-Israel activist Linda Sarsour that organized the October 21 “Flood Brooklyn for Palestine” protest in Brooklyn, where protestors reportedly “called for the eradication of Israel and held a sign of the Israeli flag in a trash basket that read ‘Please keep the world clean!’”
Other Soros-backed Hamas-sympathizing groups include Jewish Voice for Peace and If Not Now, which were given $650,000 and $400,000, respectively. Both groups were also cosponsors of the Bryant Park rally, and both had members who were among the “insurrectionists” occupying the U.S. Capitol on October 18.
Jewish Voice for Peace also participated in the occupation of Rep. Khanna’s office, as well as claimed that “Israeli apartheid and occupation — and United States complicity in that oppression — are the source of all this violence,” in reference to the brutal murder of Israeli civilians.