The NIF funds Adalah, Breaking the Silence, +972 Magazine, and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel, who are primarily active in campaigns that contribute to BDS and delegitimization.
Some of us felt like the guy getting mugged on the street and the mugger is insisting he's just borrowing some cash. And the watch, please.
The new Knesset amendment to the Campaign Finance Law does not deal with the possibility of super PACs.
New research highlights links between the “human rights groups” pushing for investigations against Israel and the U.S., and their links to the PFLP terrorist group.
"This organization has been repeatedly caught lying and we will continue to expose their lies for all to see."
Of the 32 authors listed on the project’s website, 17 openly support the BDS movement, three are affiliated with BDS organizations and six work for the radical, anti-Israel NGO Adalah.
Prof. Carmi is a pediatrician, and apparently knows well how to deal firmly with rotten children.
For the second time in less than a month, Israel demanded clarifications from the Netherlands on Dutch firms’ divestment from Israel. On Friday, Israel’s Ministry...
Pro-Israel organizations are divided over a new bill in the U.S. Congress that would pull federal funding from universities that boycott Israel. The bill,...
Close to 300 clerics from Jewish communities around the world, organized by the New Israel Fund, sent a letter to Netanyahu letting him know of their “outrage at the treatment of non-Orthodox Jews.”
One major target for this project are Chabad activities, which include summer camps for children in municipalities that cannot afford one.
This year, it would be difficult for Democratic presidential candidates to attend the AIPAC conference even if they don't wish to boycott it: the conference starts right on the Sunday leading up to Super Tuesday.
The myth of ancient ownership of the Judea and Samaria lands by the local Arabs must be busted, repeatedly, using historic facts and persistent messages, because the world is unaware of this Big Lie, and Israel's Supreme Court does not care.
These rules were added following a decision taken two months ago by the House Committee under then chairman MK Yoav Kish (Likud).
Israel said its decision was due to NGO financing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a designated terror group.
"Voters are receptive to progressive agendas, even if they don’t identify as such."
The decision arose out of UNESCO’s support for peace talks.
An Israel-based group launched legal action against an Australian academic whom it claims breached racial vilification laws by boycotting Israeli academics. Shurat HaDin, the Israel...
"The fact that this is occurring in a far-left NGO is not surprising."
She has tweeted that a young Palestinian boy going to throw stones at Israeli soldiers is the 'definition of courage.'
The NGOs are receiving millions of dollars from foreign governments to undermine Israel.
An Executive Director at HRW retweeted an anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.
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.
Canada’s largest Protestant church launched a campaign to boycott goods made in Judea and Samaria. The United Church of Canada campaign, dubbed “Unsettling Goods: Choose...
They obviously meant to write 'menacing hordes,' which is both more comprehensible and more insulting. But wait, there's more.
Yesh Din is working in partnership with Breaking the Silence and Physicians for Human Rights-Israel (PHR-I).
With this decision, you will choose whether to continue the work of the founders of the state or decide to turn your back on them and put an end to the Zionist enterprise," 100 Jewish businesses wrote the court.
Mount Hebron Regional Council Head Yochai Damari said there was a connection between the failure to enforce court decisions on the ground in Susiya and the revival of Arab terror attacks in Jerusalem and Hebron.
During 2012-2015, more then 63% of this group’s budget ($1.8 million) was provided by European governments.
To support their case against the IDF soldiers and the spokesperson, B'Tselem enclosed an additional crucial testimony, by A-Rajjan's mother, Sabreen al-Najjar, who swore that "Raszan was a naive girl who loved life and always smiled."