Ayman Odeh’s proposal, something no Arab-majority party has ever done in Israel, has already been rejected by some in the leading centrist party.
The company set up a website in Hebrew, which talks about its local delivery services, in order to attract vendors.
Ron Dermer defended Israel’s decision in a call with Jewish groups.
The congresswoman had a humanitarian request approved but decided a visit would go against her principles.
The “blood libel” had been used as a pretext for pogroms and other anti-Semitic acts for centuries.
Congresswomen Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib were supposed to travel to the West Bank this weekend. Now Israel won’t let them in. Why?
An Israeli law allows the government to ban supporters of BDS. But some pro-Israel groups who have criticized the pair say the move is an own goal.
Nir Barkat of Likud said the congresswomen must be willing to “learn and listen.”
A passenger had boarded a flight in March while sick with the virus, it was reported at the time.
A Palestinian state is “far more dangerous to Israel” than BDS, the right-wing legislators wrote to the measure’s four sponsors.
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