Convicted Jewish Terrorists Support Organization Honenu Enjoys US Taxpayers Deduction As Well As Israeli Tax Deduction

Investigation by Israeli Channel 10 reveals that convicted Jewish terrorists and their families are receiving tax deductible charitable funds which it claims to raise by telephone, ostensibly in Israel.

Fundraising of this type in Israel would yield slim pickings, but a US website which asks donors to make the checks out to Central Fund of Israel and claims U.S. tax deductible status seems to be a significant conduit of legal defense and existential funding for convicted Jewish terrorists and their families.


The 2013 U.S. tax return for Central Fund of Israel show about $20 million raised and the vast majority of money expended is listed as checks around $20 thousand sent to the “Middle East.”

Not only Israeli taxpayers, but also U.S. taxpayers are also subsidizing Honenu in its work of supporting and defending convicted Jewish terrorists through the tax deductions enjoyed by it.

About the Author
Pini Herman, PhD, is a principal of Phillips and Herman Demographic Research based in Los Angeles; He specializes in demographics, big data and predictive analysis; He has been affiliated with the University of Southern California Dept.of Geography, the USC School of Social Work, and served seven years as Research Director at the Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles.