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In their eagerness to catch a few cheating taxi drivers, did the Tax Authority destroy the reputation of a promising Israeli start-up?
A get-tough IRS policy on Americans living abroad has encouraged some Americans living abroad, including “olim” in Israel, to revoke their American citizenship, the...
At least 18 Jewish non-profit groups and non-profit groups that support Israeli institutions have notified tax authorities of likely illegal “diversions” of funds in...
Unless an organization has political juice, neither the Democrats or the Republicans care when a group of Americans have had their constitutional rights violated by a U.S. government agency.
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.
On Monday the IRS provided the 'smoking gun' pointed at its own head, in reports and information showing that the government agency made decisions based upon the views of pro-Israel groups which disagreed with the administration about the 'Disputed Territories.'
Moderate Muslims have been neglected and isolated by this project which has helped the radicals, Islamists, and pro-terrorists.
Will someone sue the US government over politicized tax enforcement?
You'll get a better treatment if you're associated with Hamas than with right-wing issues in Israel.
parently an affront to J Street's worldview, the focus of which appears to be the creation of a Palestinian State, whether or not that will bring peace.
Congress is also now investigating what looks like a cover-up of the misdeeds.
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.
After repeatedly denying it was targeting conservative groups for unfair treatment, the IRS admitted it was treating politically conservative groups in inappropriate ways.