Let's try to analyze the various possibilities:
Did the New Israel Fund website make a mistake in its caption?
Did Dorit Beinisch see the check at all?
Was she only the conduit for the check?
Did she accept the check for herself and the NIF?
( I am playing the devil's advocate here, since some people blindly assume that the $20 million went straight into her pockets. So let's assume a best case scenario).
Either way, she was somehow involved in that momentous grant from the Ford Foundation to the NIF, or her picture would not have appeared in this context, with all the specific people mentioned here. One way or another, she KNOWS that the Ford Foundation is funding the NIF and all its subsidiaries, and every time a court case involving one of those said NGO's is taking place, she knows exactly who is buttering that bread, she knows who is watching, she knows who her friends are, and where the money is coming from. She knows that in a court case involving one of those NGO's, one of the litigants is none other than the Ford Foundation; with other words, the CFR, the most important behind-the- scenes political force of the U.S.A., since the Ford Foundation, by definition, is one of the main pillars of the CFR, the Council on Foreign Relations, where the initials sometimes stand for Carnegie- Ford- Rockefeller. Not to mention the strong Nazi connections of Henry Ford, the founder and precursor of the Ford Foundation:
Is that called a bribe, yes, or no? According to Torah law, she would HAVE to excuse herself from the case. What about according to the law of the land?
2. Ford Foundation Gives Additional $20 Million to Support Partnership with New Israel FundNEW YORK / JERUSALEM, 6 September 2007—The Ford Foundation today announced a $20 million grant to extend its partnership with the New Israel Fund to support civil society, human rights and social justice organizations in Israel.
The partnership was launched in 2003 with an initial Ford grant of $20 million.
"We are proud to renew our partnership with the New Israel Fund to support people working on social justice issues," said Susan V. Berresford, president of the Ford Foundation. "This grant is in keeping with the foundation's worldwide program to promote democratic values and will help secure peace and equality for all citizens."