Tax Authority grills Physicians for Human Rights over political activity
The authority is questioning the group's tax status due, among other things, to its opposition to the occupation.
For 10 years, the Israeli branch of Physicians for Human Rights has been recognized as a public institution, entitling donors to an income tax deduction. This status is granted by the Tax Authority in the Finance Ministry and has to be renewed every few years. Physicians for Human Rights officials say that in recent years, the renewal has been delayed without explanation, and then only...
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