Fundraising Firm Drops Alliance for Global Justice As A Client

( – The progressive charity Alliance for Global Justice was dropped by another online fundraising platform over its connections to Palestinian terror groups, The Washington Examiner reported.

Payment processors PayPal, Salsa Labs, and Stripe all stopped working with Alliance for Global Peace this year after the Arizona-based nonprofit group came under both legal pressure and congressional scrutiny over its links to the terror group the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

The Minneapolis-based company Deluxe stepped in earlier this month to provide a lifeline for Alliance for Global Justice to collect donations through bank transfers and credit cards.

However, after being informed by a reporter from the Washington Examiner about the group’s ties to a Palestinian terror group, on Tuesday, Deluxe also dropped the group.

In a statement to the Examiner, Deluxe spokesman Keith Negrin confirmed that the company had terminated its relationship with Alliance for Global Justice, explaining that Deluxe takes its “values and responsibility to the communities we serve very seriously.”

Negrin admitted that Deluxe was not aware of “the nature of this organization,” and thanked the Examiner for “bringing it to our attention.”

Through fiscal sponsorship, the charity provides progressive projects with services like payroll, donations, and health insurance. One such sponsorship is with the Samidoun Palestinian Prisoner Solidarity Network, an organization that shares staffers with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, according to a January report from the Washington Examiner.

In 2021, Israel designated Samidoun as a subsidiary of the Popular Front and a terrorist group.

According to its website, Alliance for Global Justice claims to sponsor 130 projects. However, the web page to view the list of projects appears to be scrubbed.

Previously, however, the group sponsored the pro-Palestinian group The Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel, a group that was recently booted off the Democrat fundraising site ActBlue.

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