Statement follows PM's controversial snubbing of Germany's foreign minister over meeting with left-wing groups B'Tselem and Breaking the Silence
Many members of the BDS movement, who are trying to eliminate Israel, feel the materials from B’Tselem and Breaking the Silence advance their goals
IDF spokesman accuses organization of seeking publicity even through the use of provocation
Netanyahu wants to enclose the occupation in an iron curtain that will give his government a monopoly on information
Here's why he didn't ask President Rivlin to boycott Germany's Sigmar Gabriel as well
'These are the days we mourn the murdered members of our people in the Holocaust and our fallen soldiers,' Netanyahu tells German paper Bild
An entire army of politicians and judges, PR flacks and diplomats, prison guards and Shin Bet security service agents, police officers and soldiers, bureaucrats and clerks is invested in the occupation. And still, Netanyahu is afraid.
Netanyahu's Ultimatum to German Foreign Minister: Cancel Meeting With Israeli Leftists or We Won't Meet
Germans say meetings with B’Tselem, Breaking the Silence still scheduled after prime minister issues ultimatum to Sigmar Gabriel, who is visiting Israel.
New Details Contradict IDF's Claim About Palestinian Boy Allegedly Forced to Help Troops Identify Stone-throwers
Palestinian 8-year-old Sufian Abu Hita, who was allegedly made to help find stone-throwers, does not live in the Hebron neighborhood where soldiers purportedly took him door to door.
The army is investigating the incident in Hebron, which was caught on film by human rights group B'Tselem. The mother says the soldiers refused to let him ago until he names stones throwers.