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The bipartisan bill codifies the State Department definition of anti-Semitism, and... "is meant to protect Jewish students from discrimination."
The purpose of the bill is to 'prevent an inappropriate intervention' of non-party entities in the elections to the Knesset.
Upon seeing the soldiers united as one, a German officer angrily shouted, 'They cannot all be Jews!' – to which Edmonds replied, 'We are all Jews here.'
PM Netanyahu has been on both sides of the fence regarding the new bill, but mostly, people in his circle explained, out of fear of retribution from the Obama Administration.
The opposition bill was submitted against a backdrop of growing expectations that Israel's police will soon recommend to the state prosecution to open criminal procedures against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The Knesset Constitution Committee is scheduled to debate a plan to apply Israeli sovereignty in Ma'aleh Adumim on Monday.
MK Lapid said 'Israel's school system must not permit entry of organizations that slander IDF officers and soldiers, calling them criminals and encouraging insubordination. Consider what happens to a student who hears these stories just before joining the Army.'
'It is inconceivable that we ourselves provide subsidized manpower to organizations that work on behalf of foreign interests, depict Israel as a war criminal, protect mega-terrorists, and slander IDF soldiers.'
This legislation is crucial to ensuring that the rights of Jewish students to a safe and welcoming campus environment are fully protected by Title VI of the Civil Rights
MK Yehuda Glick believes that dialogue not legislation is what's needed to lower the decibel level of the Muezzins.
Senator Graham asked, “Why is the Palestinian Authority paying young Palestinians to commit acts of terror against innocent Americans like Taylor Force or Israelis?"
It might be one of the few things on which Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton agree: President Obama was wrong Friday when he vetoed the "Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act."
A group named 9/11 Families & Survivors United for Justice Against Terrorism released a statement Friday arguing the president's reasoning for the veto is "unconvincing and unsupportable."
President Clinton was paid $500,000 to speak at Shimon Peres' birthday celebration in Israel on June 17, 2013.
Democratic lawmakers are concerned the veto would ignite a showdown between the White House and Congress that would damage the president.
A petition to "Stop Quebec Bill 59" says the bill "criminalizes criticism of Islam and anything considered an Islamic practice (Honor killings, honor rape, female genital mutilation, female oppression, and beating of wives and children)."
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said earlier this month that Jerusalem had met all of Ankara’s preconditions for normalizing ties, which were degraded in 2010.
"Freedom of expression does not mean you are allowed everything," said Committee Chairman MK David Amsalem (Likud).