Global Public Interest Investigations

Senate Oversight Highlight’s World Vision’s “Borderline Negligent,” Vetting for Terrorist Groups, Confirming Outside Investigation



In a memorandum, Senator Chuck Grassley released the results of an investigation into funding provided by the Obama Administration, through the international charitable franchise World Vision, to the Islamic Relief Agency (ISRA), a terrorist charity that has operated primarily out of Sudan for many decades.

Lesson from Zambia: power, default, and water distress

The global pandemic can only partly explain Zambia’s recent economic misfortune. Energy insecurity in Zambia has constrained cyclical upswings, dampened industrialisation, and exposed the economy disproportionately to the impact of climate events.

Tal Talks Middle East

Tal Talks Middle East with Einat Wilf

“What the Palestinians wanted was really staring at us in the face… They told us what they wanted all the time, we just didn’t listen or when we did listen, we didn’t take them seriously.” – Dr. Einat Wilf

Tal Talks Middle East with Michael Pregent

“We have an inconsistent U.S foreign policy, where our adversaries and our geo-political competitors believe that there are election outcomes that favor them” – Michael Pregent

TIJ Talks

How did American taxpayers fund a Bin Laden affiliate?

World Vision, an enormous international evangelical charity, is active in nearly 100 countries with a total revenue of more than $2 billion. In 2014, World Vision received a grant of over $700,000 from USAID.

A Focus on the Iranian-backed Houthi Insurgency in Yemen

The Houthi insurgency in Yemen is a military rebellion pitting Zaidi Shia Houthis (though the movement also includes Sunni Muslims against the Yemeni military that began in Northern Yemen and has since escalated into a full-scale civil war.

American family sues a Turkish bank accused of financing Hamas

An American family is suing a Turkish bank over its alleged financing of the US designated foreign terrorist organization: Hamas. This isn’t any normal terrorism financing lawsuit however; one of the bank’s largest shareholders is also a NATO member.

Visual Investigations

Armenians in Syunik Province Face an Uncertain Future

In Armenian’s Syunik province, Azerbaijani forces have taken up positions a few hundred meters from some Armenian villages. Local residents report that Azerbaijani soldiers have frequently fired their weapons in the direction…

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