It is also wrong to imply that anybody is objecting to a transparency law. Let the Knesset require that every penny from a foreign source be reported. Why not? Who objects, other than administrators who will have to keep track, but today computers can do much of the book-keeping. Lieberman is wrong because he targeted only SOME organizations. He is willing to accept the Geneva Accords advocacy group as "loyal opposition", but more leftist groups, such as those reporting to the IDF about war crimes by soldiers are "traitors". I certainly don't see any need for a Knesset Committee on un-Israeli Activities, which will carry a McCarthyite stench. Let the Knesset legislate some laws.
Red Cross delivers aid to Taiz, Yemen, for first time since August (Reuters)
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