In Numbers Breakdown of Foreign Funds for Israeli Human Rights Groups

Ministers back bill to limit funding for human rights NGO, capping foreign governments' contributions at NIS 20,000 a year.

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The Ministerial Committee for Legislation on Sunday approved two bills that would limit foreign funding for Israeli human rights organizations. The bill, sponsored by Likud MKs Tzipi Hotovely and Ofir Akunis, would cap foreign governments' contributions to "political" non-governmental organizations at NIS 20,000.

Peace Now, Ir Amim, Association for Civil Rights in IsraelCredit: Haaretz
Left-wing NGOs B'Tselem, Breaking the Silence.Credit: Haaretz
Yesh Din, Physicians For Human RightsCredit: Haaretz

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