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Breaking the Silence
Hebron Jewish community calls on Netanyahu to throw out international observers
Security-camera footage shows a member of the Temporary International Presence in Hebron slashing the car tires of a Jewish resident. Another member recently slapped a 10-year-old Jewish boy.
Knesset passes law banning Breaking the Silence from entering Israeli schools
Jewish Home Party co-authors of the bill, Education Minister Naftali Bennett and Shuli Mualem-Refaeli, said the law would also apply to institutions that attempt to delegitimize Israel abroad.
Swiss ambassador issues lukewarm apology to Hebron Jews after activist slaps child
Footage showed a member of the Temporary International Presence in Hebron (TIPH) attacking the boy, who had approached the group as they took a tour organized by the controversial Breaking the Silence organization, which is critical of the IDF.
Knesset puts forth first reading of law to ban far-left groups from Israel schools
The law would give the education ministry the authority to bar entities critical of the IDF from lecturing in government-funded schools.