Israel May Toughen Law on NGOs With Foreign Funding

The Israeli authorities are planning to toughen working conditions of the non-profit organizations in the country if more than half of their budget comes from abroad, media reported.

If the law is adopted, employees of NGOs will be required to report foreign financing in all types of documentation, including letters and reports. They will also have to wear special badges, and any organizations that breach the new rules will have to pay a fine of 30,000 shekels (about $7,700).

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