A file picture taken on May 6, 2015 shows Israeli Knesset Member Ayelet Shaked, of the far-right Jewish Home party, is seen during the negotiation with the Likud at the parliament in Jerusalem. AFP PHOTO/GALI TIBBON
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A bill that would impose new regulations on Israeli non-profit groups that receive funds from foreign governments won ministerial approval on Sunday, a move critics said targets pro-Palestinian organizations.Private funds from overseas, such as money donated to Israeli groups that support Jewish settlement on occupied land Palestinians seek for a state, are not addressed in the bill, which is widely expected to win parliamentary approval.There are more than 30,000 NGOs registered in Israel, about half of them active.
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