Freedom of academia and freedom of speech are two central cornerstones of any democracy. But calling for a boycott is another matter.
Weizmann Institute math and computer science professor Oded Goldreich again will not receive the Israel Prize this year due to his support of a boycott of Ariel University.
No. 13 on The Jerusalem Post's Top 50 Most Influential Jews of 2021: Environmental Protection Minister Tamar Zandberg, Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked and Education Minister Yifat Shasha-Biton.
The court found no evidence that Prof. Oded Goldreich supported the BDS movement, and that he publically declared his opposition.
Shasha-Biton's predecessor, MK Yoav Gallant, vetoed the awarding of the coveted Israel Prize to Prof. Goldreich due to his support of the BDS movement.
Left-wing leaders praise the appointment of former settlers council chairman Dayan.
The ministry will take on all the responsibilities, like training the staff.
POLITICAL AFFAIRS: When he left the Likud in December to form the New Hope Party from which he hoped to unseat Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, pollsters initially gave him 20 seats.