Video footage shows NGO leader taking officials on a settlement tour in officially marked British cars, but the NGO refuses to comment
The group smeared a Ramadan meal between Jews and Muslims in Hebron, omitting key facts while speaking to an audience already unsympathetic to Israel.
“As soon as we found out about this campaign, we acted,” said StandWithUs CEO Roz Rothstein, who is currently visiting Israel.
Breaking the Silence slammed the letter, calling it a "desperate attempt" of a "discredited far-Right settler organization [Ad Kan] to revive a failed political campaign."
The presentation is not for students and the school is not directly sponsoring the event, Shiloh told the Post.
She made the trek from Ethiopian at the age of ten, and as and adult became deputy mayor of Tel Aviv. Now she's running for Knesset.
"We will continue to break the silence until the occupation ends," Avner Gvaryahu said.
Spokesperson for Breaking the Silence Dean Issacharoff was detained by Police for refusal to follow instructions.
In light of these lamentable laws, we can only seek to be fair and laud our lawmakers for passing at least one good piece of legislation this week.
"Organizations that undermine Israel and besmirch IDF soldiers will no longer be able to reach Israeli students," Education Minister Naftali Bennett said.