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Last year, the ceremony was interrupted by Haredi extremists who attempted to prevent it from taking place and succeeded in chasing away many participants.
'Your insistence on meeting with these anti-Israel NGOs is unwarranted, and represents the actions of a persona non grata.'
Mayor Barkat: 'We will not bow our heads to the violence and incitement of the radical-Left.'
It is inconceivable that the Israeli public should pay out of its own pocket the pensions of MKs convicted of supporting terror and harming Israel’s security.
'The time has come that we proudly and unapologetically work against those who act against the State of Israel.'
Foreign government-funded 'lawfare' a dangerous subversion of Israel's democracy.
From 2012-2016 the German government has provided more than $290,000 to NGO promoting turning Israel into a multicultural, Arab-majority state.
On Monday, Jan. 9, an Israeli court rules on the sentencing for the terrorist who murdered Danny Gonen.
The images will be displayed at the Knesset over the next two weeks, and then travel around the world in 2017, providing people everywhere with the opportunity to celebrate 50 years of a unified Jerusalem.
'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.'
If students on the tour encounter foreign journalists, European MPs, or anti-Israel propaganda tours led by radical Left NGOs, they will be permitted to educate them, politely, about the hypocrisy of the delegitimization campaign against Israel.
At least seven far-Left organizations are currently eligible to receive National Service positions from the government.
The appeal was submitted by The wife of Mohammad Majid Amaira, 38, from Dura, a member of the Palestinian security forces.
The legislation, proposed by MK Yoav Kisch (Likud), seeks to protect Israeli minorities who voluntarily serve in the IDF and suffer from increasing incitements against them.
All the Israeli signatories on the first petition to foil an effort to halt the boycott are activists in radical Left organizations, which are backed by copious amounts of foreign political funding.
“By standing together with the foreign agent organization ‘Breaking the Silence,’ the University forms a common front with those who bolster the BDS movement."
The problem is that these organizations mentioned in the video are funded from anti-Israeli foreign sources.
Yishai is joined in-studio by Knesset insider Jeremy Saltan, who heard Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon claim that while terrorism was yesterday's war, BDS and Deligitimization are today's strategic threat to Israel. Then, Yishai is joined in-studio by Erez Tadmor, associate editor at Mida magazine and co-founder of "Im Tirtzu," an organization that fights anti-Zionism on Israeli campuses. As the head of the "message" team for the Netanyahu campaign, which yielded a whopping 30 seats for the Likud, he explains what Israelis want to hear, and how Netanyahu beat an international consortium against him.
Yehuda Glick receives human rights award
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