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At a time when the number of violent anti-Semitic assaults taking place in the United States is rising dramatically, programs such as Birthright and Nefesh B'Nefesh are crucial to facilitate the immigration of American Jews to Israel as the most obvious remedy
The pressure applied by Knesset Finance Committee Chairman MK Moshe Gafni has worked, and The Bank of Israel has instructed the banks on granting exemptions to Gemachim from reporting to the US authorities to comply with the FATCA agreement.
The new Trump executive order will go the way of several other orders issued by the new president – to a quick death in a nearby federal court.
The Netanyahu cabinet has been extra careful not to provoke the ire of the retiring emperor on the eve of that portion of his term when he no longer needs to worry about the Jewish vote.
Regavim's official mission has nothing to do with Jewish settlements or with the two-state solution.
The president of J Street shared how enraged he is by the fact that groups that work in direct defiance of US foreign policy enjoy a tax-exempt status in the US.
Using the US' enormous economic clout, FATCA bullies the world's financial institutions into reporting on their American clients to Uncle Sam.
'A handful of zealots hijacked the ASA' to promote their own anti-Israel position' claims the lawsuit against the ASA Israel boycott .
Sen. Rand Paul plans to challenge IRS double standard aimed at Americans overseas.
V15 is barred from attempting to achieve its stated goals: defeat Bibi and create a Palestinian State.
The IRS insists that there is no legal remedy for determining whether an applicant's constitutional rights have been violated, and that offended parties must be satisfied with a "good enough" remedy, even if it is not perfect.
The first court hearing for the IRS since the scandal began is this Friday. IRS documents released by congress should constitute admissions by the IRS proving the pro-Israel organization's claim that the IRS engaged in viewpoint discrimination.
The IRS attempted to present its inappropriate conduct as being limited to a small number of organizations, targeted by using only a few key words, acted on by only a few low level IRS employees in a remote office, for a limited time, without the consent or even knowledge of higher level IRS officials. By Monday morning that cover had been entirely blown.