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Ma’agalim volunteers pose at a bar mitzvah they organized in February as part of the organization’s

Leaders in the making

By giving back to society, Ma’agalim is teaching young adults that no matter one’s background, one must always do their best and to help others.

21/04/2017
David Amsalem

Bill would cancel property–tax discount for foreign-funded NGOs

Currently, the Municipal Tax and Government Tax Ordinance extends discounts to all kinds of nongovernmental organizations that are approved by the interior minister.

30/03/2017
A harp of King David at the entrance to the City of David in Jerusalem

Left-wing NGO denounces Israel Prize laureate David Be’eri

Ir David head funds excavations in Silwan, helps Jews move to east J’lem

BDS

Hotels join the list of venues canceling BDS events in Vienna

“BDS has an antisemitic agenda and leads a campaign of demonization, delegitimization and double standards against Israel."

The Hague

‘Settlements law could open Israelis to war crimes prosecution’

The NGO petition to the High Court of Justice is the second one to be filed against the law.

BELGIAN PRIME Minister Charles Michel at his meeting with President Reuven Rivlin earlier this month

Addressing challenges -why restrictive NGO measures are not the answer

The Arab-Israeli conflict features widespread misinformation and superficial propaganda, as part of a global trend of escalating populism, extremism and fear-mongering.

IDF carries out home demolition in Kfar Akab in West Bank

Human rights NGO receives NIS 15m. from Europe

In addition, from 2008 to 2012 HaMoked received nearly NIS 3m. from the New Israel Fund, and some NIS 3.3m. in 2014 from a Palestinian foundation based in Ramallah.

A woman reads testimonies during a gathering in Tel Aviv

JPost Editorial: Free speech

Whether at the airport or in Jerusalem, the right to state views that differ from government policy is the gold standard for a thriving democracy.

Nir Barkat

Barkat evicts owners of gallery hosting Breaking the Silence event

Mayor says move not connected to freedom of expression, cites zoning violations.

Homes in the eastern Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, pictured above

Right-wing NGO denies working to evict Palestinians from Silwan

Ateret Cohanim: There is "no force or coercion used in any circumstance – only free sale, free will and financial payments."

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