"We at Creative Community For Peace (CCFP) want you to know that we stand behind you and Netflix in the face of this blatant attempt at artistic censorship.”
The BDS letter mentions that the series’ creators, Lior Raz and Avi Issacharoff, are themselves veterans of IDF special forces, and “support the machinery of the occupation, Israeli colonialism and apartheid.”
The code also prohibits discrimination against faculty in hiring and in promotions based on their politics.
"We were expelled 500 years ago, but that will not happen again. Not under our watch."
These rules were added following a decision taken two months ago by the House Committee under then chairman MK Yoav Kish (Likud).
"The imposition of legal sanctions is proportionate when the state is interested in defending itself against a boycott of civilians," the justice said.
Lorde may soon discover that embracing BDS comes with a price tag.
"Israel works closely with our partners around the world to defend and reveal the truth about the Holocaust. We expect to do that with every country, including Poland."
Moxnes claims that Norway’s asylum policy is far too strict, and argues for removing all obstacles facing asylum seekers.
"It is thrilling to actually wrestle the IRS to the ground and force it to admit that Z STREET was targeted because we support Israel and the right of Jews to live everywhere."
Danon: “On the day the UN is marking International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the UNHRC has chosen to publicize information about the number of companies operating in Israel.”
The leftwing parties in the Danish parliament claim that the foreign minister has surrendered to an Israeli dictate.
If enacted, the law could create a serious dilemma for leading U.S. firms with Irish subsidies who will have to face a choice between violating Irish law or violating the U.S. Export Administration Regulations.
JLC Chair Jonathan Goldstein said in a statement that "it is disgraceful that a Jewish charity is barred from the offices of Amnesty International UK."
Committee chairman MK Kisch clarified that MKs would not be barred from paying visits to these organizations, but only at their own expense.
A French organization wrote, “We will not be able to reach the youth organization with which we collaborate in the West Bank. We won’t be able to coordinate projects… This is Israel’s way of silencing us.”
Minister Gilad Erdan: “The boycott organizations need to know that the State of Israel will act against them and not allow them entry to harm our citizens.”
Critics warned the measure would detract from the status of Israel’s more established universities and "would turn the entire Israeli academia into an active partner in the 'occupation.'"
“The boycott organizations need to know that the State of Israel will act against them and not allow them entry to harm our citizens."
Erdan’s ministry will work with the Interior Ministry to block those on the blacklist from entering Israel.
The company said it “removed the posters as soon as we were made aware of them. We deeply regret this incident.”
"The absurd result of this agreement will be that if the Palestinian Authority submits a project in Hebron or in eastern Jerusalem, it would be approved and funded, while Israel will not be able to do the same."
The letter was signed by academics from 15 different Israeli universities and colleges, with the majority coming from Hebrew University, Tel-Aviv University and Ben-Gurion University.
“B’Tselem gives us more than one course on how to deal with that; how to hold the camera, how to behave with the soldiers, how to work with these situations."
FIDE stands to gain 20% of the total prizes, which may explain why they intend to allow the Saudis to discriminate freely against anyone they care to, as long as the checks are in the mail.