"They didn't come to learn about Israel, but rather about Palestine... to bash Israel on purpose, and in public."
Under the guise of ‘civil activities’, a coordinated and financed network of organizations is led from Ramallah and Gaza, a quarter of which have links to terrorist organizations, including Hamas and the PFLP
While young people were preparing for their flights to Israel, they were asked about certain issues and policies, with their answers recorded.
Liberman: “IDF soldiers are subjected to an attack from home by haters of Israel and supporters of terrorism who seek to humiliate and harm them."
Yesh Din is working in partnership with Breaking the Silence and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I).
An inside look at 'IfNotNow' trying to influence the younger generation of American Jewry and bring 'the end of the occupation.'
It will continue to reinforce pro-Zionist, pro-Israel perspectives at its summer camps, despite a request to push the "Palestinian" narrative.
The concert producer received a notice from the Spanish town, saying the decision was made for political reasons not to hold Israeli activities there.
One major target for this project are Chabad activities, which include summer camps for children in municipalities that cannot afford one.
At the University of Minnesota, where a pro-BDS resolution passed in March, J Street U refused to join pro-Israel groups in a campaign against the vote.
The NGOs examined in the NGO Monitor report are politically active in the Arab-Israeli conflict and conduct a considerable part of their activities abroad, including lobbying the International Criminal Court at the Hague to prosecute Israeli officials.
The prevailing assessment in both the legal political systems is that the law will be disqualified, especially in view of Attorney General Mandelblit's position.
More than a dozen NGOs that promote anti-Israel boycotts have received some 5 million euros annually in European Union funding. In addition, an estimated several million more euros were channeled to boycott-promoting NGOs through third parties that receive E.U. assistance.
The left-wing NIF non-governmental organization, which is headquartered in New York with offices in various countries, is a main financial backer of the delegitimization campaign against Israel by supporting various local Israeli-based NGOs that are often at odds with the state.
The situation is raising eyebrows about the standards maintained during the hiring and vetting of professionals—or worse, that the federations and synagogues themselves are comfortable with BDS activists teaching at Hebrew schools.
"Judicial review can't be exercised when the facts are not in the possession of the court," the state attorney argued.
Today some government ministries maintain ties with the NIF and its proxies, and the Communications, Culture and Education Ministries fund Israel Social TV which promotes boycotts against Israel, according to Im Tirtzu.
"Permanent activists of Israeli anarchist organizations arrive every week to confront and clash with security forces in Judea and Samaria, inciting the populace and participating in setting up roadblocks and in violent disturbances."
AI blames the IDF for its efforts to protect the civilian communities along the Gaza Strip from five consecutive mass riots which included firebombing, throwing stones, firing live ammunition, and flying kites with explosives.
"The Student Association showed ... its inability to condemn antisemitism and proves they don't have the proper means and knowledge to discuss this topic in the first place," said StandWithUs Emerson Fellow Tali Edid.
B'Tselem ignored the Arab attempt to burn Israeli motorists with firebombs on the roads of Samaria. Nor did the NGO seem concerned by the 30 Arabs who were trying to kill IDF soldiers.
The billboard depicts NIF President Talia Sasson opposite an IDF soldier, the target of the NIF $87 million efforts to harm the State of Israel and its army.
“By presenting a nuanced and complex issue as one-sided and simple, [the student government association] has biased the student body and failed in its duty to act as a neutral arbiter.”
NGO Ir Amim received $3 million from European donors between 2012-2017, and $1.8 million from the NIF between 2008-2016.
"These tactics further militarize U.S. police forces that train in Israel, and this training helps the police terrorize Black and Brown communities here in the US," the petition warned.