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Israel. Anti-boycott law forces Israelis to take a stand

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by Mairav Zonszein

Tel Aviv - Last summer, a group of prominent Israeli actors and artists signed a letter declaring their refusal to perform in the newly built cultural centre in Ariel, the largest Jewish settlement situated deep in the West Bank. The letter ignited a debate in Israel about the right to publicly express and act on their opposition to the settlement project and continued occupation of the territories seized in the 1967 war.

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