Israel’s Justice Minister, Ayelet Shaked attends a ceremony welcoming her at the Justice Ministry in Jerusalem in May. Israeli Cabinet ministers have given preliminary approval to a bill that would impose restrictions on nonprofit groups that receive foreign funding, drawing accusations that it is meant to crack down on government critics. The bill, proposed by Shaked, would affect organizations that receive more than half their funding from a foreign government.
Israel’s Justice Minister, Ayelet Shaked attends a ceremony welcoming her at the Justice Ministry in Jerusalem in May. Israeli Cabinet ministers have given preliminary approval to a bill that would impose restrictions on nonprofit groups that receive foreign funding, drawing accusations that it is meant to crack down on government critics. The bill, proposed by Shaked, would affect organizations that receive more than half their funding from a foreign government. Gali Tibbon Associated Press
Israel’s Justice Minister, Ayelet Shaked attends a ceremony welcoming her at the Justice Ministry in Jerusalem in May. Israeli Cabinet ministers have given preliminary approval to a bill that would impose restrictions on nonprofit groups that receive foreign funding, drawing accusations that it is meant to crack down on government critics. The bill, proposed by Shaked, would affect organizations that receive more than half their funding from a foreign government. Gali Tibbon Associated Press

Israeli liberals cry foul over funding disclosure bill

December 27, 2015 09:56 PM