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November 20, 2011

Ha'aretz Passes New Law

Not only is Ha'aretz assigning Israel a new capital, the Israeli paper is also passing new laws in the newly-minted capital of Tel Aviv. Thus, in a page-two news story about an order to shut down the Kol Hashalom radio station, dubbed "pirate," Nir Hasson writes:

The station provided a platform for left-wing groups that are now under attack by a new law that would curb their overseas funding.

Of course, the "law" in question has not been passed, and is nothing more than a bill. And, as made plainly clear on Ha'aretz's very own home page, as I type, Prime Minister Netanyahu has now indefinitely frozen the law, I mean bill. Oops.

haaretz ngo bill frozen.jpg

Posted by TS at November 20, 2011 03:15 PM


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