Members of some organizations aren’t marching because of Shabbat, but others fear the event might push an agenda hostile to Israel.
Republican senator from Florida and Democratic senator from West Virginia introduce bill protecting state and local governments passing anti-BDS legislation from lawsuits.
'How Would Israelis Feel if Another Country Decided Not to Let Them in Because They Advocate for Settlements?'
As Israeli lawmakers propose to bar settlement-boycott supporters from entering the country, rights groups and others move between outrage and dismay.
The bill aims to ban foreign citizens who call for a boycott of Israel or the settlements, or those who represent organizations that do so.
Resolution fails to pass 113 to 79. Decision in favor of boycott could have dealt blow to some Israeli academics, students across U.S. and to cooperation with Israeli institutions.
Why should the government pay for flights and stays of Hollywood actors in order to combat the boycott movement?
His accreditation has been called into question by right-wing media watchdog after exchange with Yesh Atid's Yair Lapid at press conference.
The policy of deporting anyone who disagrees with government policy is wreaking havoc on what little remains of Israel’s positive image | Opinion.
By celebrating the deportation of a visiting Christian theologian, the right-wing media showed once again that it’s a parrot for the Israeli government’s stream of fake news.
Josh Holt, who advocates Jewish students 'to be loud and proud of their identities on campus,' defeats Eran Cohen in UJS elections.