An Israeli bill aimed at exempting Israel’s attempts at combating the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement and efforts to “delegitimise Israel” from Israel’s Freedom of Information Law passed its first reading in the Knesset
Youth organisations and student unions from 30 countries gathered in the Turkish city of Istanbul on Saturday for a conference devoted to show solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Anti-zionist activists and Palestinian political leaders, who collectively denounced the Israeli occupation, comparing its policies to apartheid South Africa.
Israeli human rights organizations have denounced the case as a cynical attempt to “intimidate and silence critics of the occupation.”
The Israeli Knesset extended for another year the Citizenship and Entry Law, which prohibits issuing entry permits to Israel under the family reunification application.
Israeli officials are now attempting to remove another UN report, which has charged Tel Aviv with carrying out extrajudicial executions along with a list of other human rights violations.