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The plot against Israel

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cr: Lior Mizrahi

Published: 13 June 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

The plot against Israel – Chemi Shalev – Haaretz 11.06.17
Right-wing assaults on army, academia and judicial system erode Israel’s foundations and undermine its legitimacy.

The creeping fascism of Israel’s right-wingers – Bernard Avishai – Haaretz 12.06.17
It’s not by chance the latest government target is Israel’s universities: academia offers a constant challenge to their dream of social discipline in the Jewish state.

President Rivlin speaks out against Israel's proposed university ethics code – Jonathan Lis – Haaretz 11.06.17
'The freedom to express a different opinion requires protection,' Rivlin says.

Culture war takes centre stage at Israeli theatre festival – Shlomi Eldar – Al-Monitor 12.06.17
Israeli artists widely condemn the decision by the Acre Festival of Alternative Theatre to exclude Einat Weitzman's play about Palestinian prisoners, saying the move is part of a dangerous trend of self-censorship in Israel.


Despite widespread criticism, Israel targets human rights NGOs, not right-wingers, with foreign funding

Bennett pushes right-wing agenda again in universities, schools

Supreme Court ‘should reflect Jewish and Zionist values’ – really?


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