The New Israel Fund, B'Tselem, Rabbis for Human Rights, Yesh Din, Adalah, and the Association for Civil Rights in Israel were among the groups that ignored the plaintiffs' pleas. Some NGOs stated they only help "Palestinian who are suing the State of Israel."
There were no protests -- no statistics -- on Jewish victims of terror or those held in administrative detention.
The activists held signs reading "The destruction of Netiv Ha'avot, brought to you by European governments," and chanted slogans such as, "You are pawns of Germany, how are you not ashamed?"
Perhaps the RHR should sue to eliminate the entire ninth chapter in the Book of Esther from Megillah readings across Israel, seeing as it depicts how the Jews take revenge against their sworn enemies.
The leftwing parties in the Danish parliament claim that the foreign minister has surrendered to an Israeli dictate.
UAWC has embarked on an operation to take over thousands of acres in strategic areas in Judea and Samaria under Israeli control, through planting thousands of trees.
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."
"NGOs cannot have it both ways: arguing she is treated too harshly for a 16-year old, but lauding her for intentional provocation against soldiers.”
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.”
We don't know for sure, but if Peace Now says so, it could be true, so like, Hallelujah?
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.
Former Justice Minister Moshe Nissim, appointed by Netanyahu to formulate government policy on conversions, only began to work on his assignment in November.
Why would so many American Jews object to their country ever recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, to be followed by moving its embassy there?
If you haven't yet lost your notion of being a link in a chain that began with an elderly guy from Mesopotamia riding his camel to Canaan some 3,500 years ago – then today has to be a huge spot in history for you. Except if you're Reform.
The group wants to reverse 50 years of liberation and bring back to holy city its reality of the 1950s and '60s, when foreign tourists used the Mandelbaum Gate crossing to walk through the barbwire fence that divided Jerusalem.
Close to 300 clerics from Jewish communities around the world, organized by the New Israel Fund, sent a letter to Netanyahu letting him know of their “outrage at the treatment of non-Orthodox Jews.”
Home demolitions are an important deterrent tool against terror attacks, but the IDF is not being allowed to use it.
Breaking the Silence and Dean Issacharoff are sure this is the Arab whom Issacharoff beat up... as long as you ignore his conflicting testimony.
Issacharoff is not seen beating up anyone in the video. No one else in the video shows any signs of having been beaten up.
You just can't make this stuff up.
In the very recent past, this anti-Zionist group went after one of the most fundamental concepts in the history of the Zionist movement in the Land of Israel: Avoda Ivrit – Jewish Labor.
Following the Har Adar terror attack in which Machsom Watch activists exchanged words with the murdered policeman, a request was submitted to distance them from security checkpoints.
'This case is about the illegal, hostile takeover of a non-profit, academic association by leaders of an anti-Israel group.'
According to Ha'aretz, Camp Ramah has incorporated the curriculum of a group called IfNotNow to teach Jewish Children about the evils of Israeli occupation. So we made a phone call.
"Because of their stupidity, IDF forces had to leave their operational activity and hop to an event that was born out of sheer foolishness."