Israel passes law to ban boycotters

Israel's parliament has passed a law allowing the government to bar entry to people who have called for an economic or cultural boycott of the country.

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    West Jerusalem - Israel's parliament has passed a law allowing the government to bar entry to people who have called for an economic or cultural boycott of the country.

    Critics say the law is a heavy-handed way of silencing those who want to highlight the occupation and oppression of Palestinians.


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