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A Frustrated Peace Now Calls US Anti-BDS Laws an Attack on Free Speech

In the end, APN's fundamental error—common across the dwindling Left everywhere—is in not recognizing the will of the voter when it supports, through democratically elected officials, laws that strongly push back leftist agendas.

‘Freedom March’ Spells Pre-Shabbat Nightmare for Gush Etzion Jews

The unique stretch of the tunnel road allows a few dozen protesters to block traffic traveling between Jerusalem and Gush Etzion on Erev Shabbat.

Canadian Protestant Church Launches Settlement Boycott Campaign

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...

Only IDF Legal Chief Still Opposes Letting Machpela House Owners Stay

On July 25, 15 Jewish families entered Machpela House with several government ministers expressing their support for the move and the Prime Minister ordering the Defense Minister not to evacuate them "until further notice."

ASA Leader Justifies Israel Boycott Saying ‘One Has to Start Somewhere’

Curtis Marez is a dolt because he couldn't help revealing his Jew hatred.

MK Proposes Israeli Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) for NGOs

Proposed law will place a 37% tax on NGOs who work for foreign governments.

Report: 39 Anti-Israel NGOs a $150 Million Industry Funded by Foreign Powers

The NGOs examined in the NGO Monitor report are politically active in the Arab-Israeli conflict and conduct a considerable part of their activities abroad, including lobbying the International Criminal Court at the Hague to prosecute Israeli officials.

Peace Now Urging Destruction of War Heroes’ Monuments

Peace Now refused the families' plea, suggesting "another delay will be used by respondents to torpedo the return of the land to its rightful owners."

A First: Anti-Israel NGO Faces Criminal Charges Filed by Pro-Zionist Group

Ad Kan said it intends to exhaust the legal process until the criminal conviction of the defendants.

Knesset Committee Recommends Keeping ‘Breaking the Silence’ Off Campuses

After the debate devolved into shouting matches, committee chairman MK Yakov Margi (Shas) removed three MKs from the room.

Retired Israeli Diplomats Warn Greenblatt Against Recognizing Jerusalem

The group wants to reverse 50 years of liberation and bring back to holy city its reality of the 1950s and '60s, when foreign tourists used the Mandelbaum Gate crossing to walk through the barbwire fence that divided Jerusalem.

MK Mualem Bill Bans ‘Breaking the Silence’

So far, legal experts in Israel have suggested that, even if Mualem's bill passes—which is doubtful—it is likely to be struck down by the Supreme Court.

Amnesty International Calling for Arms embargo on Israel over Gaza Riots

AI blames the IDF for its efforts to protect the civilian communities along the Gaza Strip from five consecutive mass riots which included firebombing, throwing stones, firing live ammunition, and flying kites with explosives.

Amos Oz: Israelis Abroad Feel Better Because of ‘Breaking the Silence’

Ben Gurion University lecturers award $5,000 to the group against school policy and students' protests.

Report: Peace Now Head Yair Oppenheimer Quitting

Peace Now has lost its leading role among leftwing organizations and most of its media exposure comes from statements by Oppenheimer.

Report: IDF Prosecutor, Brass, Media Railroading Sergeant Elor Azaria

When Azaria's attorneys asked Naaman in court which of his testimonies they should go with, did the terrorist move, didn't he, the key witness answered, "Now I don't recall exactly."

High Court to Consider Zionist Group’s Arguments Regarding BDS Student’s Threat

Lara Alqasem served as the president and primary contact of Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) at the University of Florida.

Israel Bans Human Rights Watch Entry

In 2010, when donor support to the group was eroding, billionaire George Soros pledged $100 million over 10 years, beginning in 2010.

Congress Members Blast ASA for Boycott Decision

A bipartisan slate of 134 U.S. Congress members wrote a letter to the American Studies Association protesting its decision last month to boycott Israeli...

S. African Anti-Israel Jews Say Hackers Killed Tutu Plaque Unveiling

Not even a dozen anti-Israel Jews showed up for Tutu's plaque unveiling - they blamed that on a hacked email.

Extreme Leftwing Israeli NGO Calling for Ariel University Boycott

Gush Shalom founder Uri Avneri was one of the first Israelis to meet publicly with PLO Chairman Yasser Arafat.

DC Leaks Publishes George Soros’ Files Showing Millions Contributed to Anti-Israel Causes

The organizations listed in the one document JewishPress.com examined on Sunday received a total of $9,591,801 from the Soros foundations between 2001 and 2015.

Israeli Bible Race Rejects Marathon Group’s Boycott Arguing False Claim

Unlike the Greek Marathon, commemorating the run of a messenger to announce the victory of the Greek army over the invading Persians, the Israeli Bible Marathon commemorates a terrible defeat of the Israelites in the hand of the Philistines.

NY Assembly Bill to Punish Colleges Supporting BDS

It's fun to push back. God bless you, Mr. Silver, keep 'em running!

Justice Committee Approves NGO Foreign Funding Transparency Bill for Final Vote

Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked (Habayit Hayehudi) praised the transparency law, saying it would expose the fact that anti-Israeli NGOs are being funded by foreign governments.

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