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Using “Anti-BDS” Laws To Protect Israeli Settlements

In the wake of the collapse of the last round of Israeli-Palestinian talks last April, it’s become widely accepted that the continuing growth of Israeli settlements is a key obstacle to an agreement. 154 more words


Credit Bureaus Must Pay $6M, Fix Errors More Quickly Under 31-State Agreement

The three largest companies to collect and disseminate credit information for millions of Americans – Experian, Equifax and TransUnion – must significantly change the way they treat disputed information on credit reports as part of a massive multi-state settlement announced this week. 663 more words

UN to explore "realistic options" for a return to negotiations

On May 19th I presented my first report to the Security Council in my new capacity as the Secretary General’s Special Coordinator for the Middle East Process and Personal Envoy to the PLO and the Palestinian Authority. 2,425 more words


Feds Take Issue With Pills Claiming To "Prevent & Reverse" Greying Hair

Although dyeing your hair an ashen color is apparently a fashion thing right now, some consumers will try just about anything to stall the steely tint from cropping up on their heads: including shelling out big bucks for dietary supplements that promise to prevent or reverse the presence of gray hair. 459 more words

This is "lawfare" - coming your way soon!

This is a guest post from Sondra Oster Baras of Christian Friends of Israeli Communities (CFOIC). She recounts a recent battle her organisation has had with BDS activists and their eventual triumph over this attack on their work. 1,294 more words

The BDS Campaign

Can my children own shares in my company?

The s660 rules (or settlements legislation) have been around since the 1930s.

The rules stop you passing income to someone else in the family, or giving income or assets to someone else in an effort to reduce your overall tax bill.

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Bicknell Business Adviser

Danish anti-Israeli settlement Ads bad, NY anti-Muslim Ads good

Any questions? The logic seems crystal clear to me.

Another bitter taste of the double standards used to enforce “free speech” all over the world, whenever Israel is concerned. 173 more words