Knesset panel approves bill barring discrimination against settlements
Bill adds place of residence to race, gender, faith and other descriptors that cannot serve as basis for discrimination.
The Ministerial Committee for Legislation approved Sunday a bill that would prohibit Israeli businesses from discriminating against customers based on where they live. The draft law is aimed mainly at companies that refuse to deliver goods to or provide services in Jewish settlements in the West Bank, but it would also apply to remote locales within the Green Line, including Arab...
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