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January 1, China-Backed Network Exposed: Fueling Anti-Israel Protests in US and Threatening Stability



A recent report by the Network Contagion Research Institute (NCRI) reveals that radical left-wing organizations behind anti-Israel and anti-America protests in the U.S. are significantly funded and influenced by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)-linked Singham Network. This network seeks to advance a “revolutionary, anti-government, anti-capitalist agenda,” which threatens U.S. internal stability.

The report highlights the Shut It Down for Palestine (SID4P) movement, which has connections to the CCP through the Singham Network. The movement uses protests and media campaigns to push anti-America and anti-Israel narratives and contributes to social unrest.

Prominent groups within the SID4P coalition, such as the Answer Coalition, The People’s Forum, and the International Peoples’ Assembly, are linked through financial, personal, and ideological ties to CCP associates Neville Roy Singham and his wife, Jodie Evans. Singham, a former Huawei consultant, has been involved in CCP operations and investigated by the U.S., Canada, and India. He is known to funnel hundreds of millions of dollars into pro-China progressive advocacy through his network. His wife, Evans, is a co-founder of CODEPINK and a board member of The People’s Forum, and has been actively involved in anti-America and anti-Israel protests.

The Singham Network financially supports these activities, exploiting U.S. nonprofit regulations to funnel large sums into organizations that fuel anti-America and anti-Israel sentiments. The People’s Forum, which received millions through the Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund, admitted in 2021 that Singham funded the group. Other Singham-linked entities, such as the Justice and Education Fund and the United Community Fund, have facilitated substantial financial support to The People’s Forum and other associated organizations.

The Answer Coalition, also heavily funded by Singham’s network, shares resources and personnel with the Party for Socialism and Liberation (PSL). These groups have been central in organizing large-scale protests and encampments, significantly influencing the anti-Israel movement through social media and alternative media outlets like BreakThrough News. The report details SID4P’s sophisticated use of alternative media and social media strategies to spread these narratives and mobilize protests that target critical infrastructure and public spaces.

The NCRI report also describes the alignment of CCP-linked networks with Palestinian terrorist groups, specifically connections to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) and other extremist organizations. It notes that these pose a significant threat to U.S. internal stability, especially in the lead-up to the 2024 presidential election, and are part of a well-funded initiative to drive a “revolutionary, anti-government, and anti-capitalist agenda” that threatens U.S. security.

The report concludes by emphasizing the urgent need for transparency and oversight to counter such destabilizing influences and protect democratic institutions.

Pro-Palestinian protests and encampments, which have frequently seen acts of violence and antisemitism, started at Columbia University in April and have spread to several other universities, including Yale, MIT, Princeton, Harvard, UCLA, and George Washington University. The protesters have various demands, such as urging universities to divest from Israeli companies, sever academic ties with Israeli universities, call for a ceasefire favoring Hamas, and grant amnesty to students sanctioned because of their involvement in the protests. Additional demands include the defunding of campus police and reparations.

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