Israel's High Court hears appeal against controversial 'Boycott Law'
According to the law passed in July 2011, a person or organization calling for the boycott of Israel, including the settlements, can be sued by the boycott's targets without having to prove that they sustained damage.
The High Court of Justice yesterday heard a petition against the controversial “Boycott Law,” submitted by eight civil rights groups in March.
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