This is what he has said about the New Israel Fund in an important counter to the current misinformation campaign in Australia and other countries:
The Truth About the New Israel Fund Martin Indyk 22nd February 2010
When I served as U.S. Ambassador in Israel in the 1990s, and as an American Jew committed to Israel's survival and well- being, I became deeply concerned about the failure to adequately address the problems of inequality in Israel. I could see that Israeli governments were so preoccupied with war and peace decisions that they had little time to attend to the needs of Israel's Arab and Bedouin minorities. Although growing into a robust Jewish state, Israel was falling short of Ben-Gurion's standard that Israel should also be a state for all its citizens with equal rights for all, as called for in Israel's Declaration of Independence. I feared the effect on the basic health of Israel's democracy.