Prior years has seen the award given the Israeli Ambassador to the United States Ron Dermer and the Republic of Guatemala.
A license plate reader, which contains a high-speed camera, was used to find and arrest the man accused of stabbing at least five people in an attack last month on a rabbi’s home in Monsey.
In a statement, CAMERA slammed the inclusion of Sarsour on the list, and accused Elle's editors of publishing a piece without thoroughly vetting it.
The media outlet used term "Israel lobbyists" to describe its critics.
"No no, it's not funny. It's really not funny. MK Ayman Odeh, please leave," said Edelstein. "Get out already, I've already heard your speeches."
The statement came a day after the Knesset Arrangements Committee rejected a motion to waive the bill’s waiting period and allowing it to go to a vote two days early.
Across-the-board, his opposition said that he was making the announcement only hours after losing a vote over his hard push to legalize the videotaping of polling booths in the Arab sector.
Don’t be fooled by the rhetoric. There will be greater surveillance in this election than any others before it.
The truth is that the very discussion of the issue is a victory for Netanyahu. Because they are so busy with the cameras, the press is not dealing with his criminal investigations.
Yisrael Beytenu leader Liberman said his party would not support the current version of law, and accused Netanyahu of using issue to cover up ‘capitulation to terror in Gaza.'