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Non-Profit Group Supporting Pro-Hamas Movement Got Over $12 Million From Goldman Sachs’ Charity Arm

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A non-profit group called The People’s Forum has received over $12 million from Goldman Sachs’ charitable fund despite regularly participating in pro-Hamas protests and encouraging support for student demonstrations.

The group organized a Times Square protest last month celebrating Hamas and displaying anti-Semitic slogans after Hamas killed over 1200 Israelis.

A Zoom meeting showed the group’s executive praising student protesters for prioritizing resistance over negotiations and criticizing “Zionist” Columbia administrators.

The funding source is likely Neville Roy Singham, a communist living in China who is married to Code Pink leader Jodie Evans.

Singham finances Chinese Communist Party propaganda worldwide.

While Goldman Sachs stated the donation came from a client, not the firm, the IRS could revoke a charity’s status for engaging in illegal plans or inducing crime.

“As with any donor advised fund, the prior donation was made with the client’s money, at the client’s direction,” a Goldman Sachs spokesman stated. “This was not firm money.”

The report raises questions about a large donation to a politically active non-profit group.

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