Israel Beiteinu on Sunday announced its decision to act in order to stop government funding for artists who signed the letter calling for a boycott of the Ariel Cultural Center.
"These artists can practice freedom of speech but not on taxpayer's money," said Israel Beiteinu leader, Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman. "Those who refer to Israel as an Apartheid state can not enjoy its fruits. The show must go on, but the incitement against the country must stop," he added.
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