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New York will not tolerate this new brand of warfare.
New York stands with Israel because we are Israel and Israel is us.
Gal-on cited a camera program in California that led to a drop of almost 60 percent in the use of force by police officers and a decrease of 88% in the number of complaints filed against police in the first year after the program was launched in February 2012.
The coldblooded terrorist attacks in Tel Aviv this week served as a chilling reminder of the summer of 2014, when a steady rain of terrorist rockets from Gaza confined the vast majority of the Israeli population to bomb shelters and protected rooms.
During a visit with a bipartisan delegation that August, I was shown a miles-long Hamas tunnel built to infiltrate Israel’s southern communities and murder their residents.
The tunnel was frightening because it was the manifestation of the single-minded obsession by Israel’s enemies to destroy the Jewish state.
There is a clear, well-established legal distinction between political speech — whom you vote for, whom you stand with in a public rally — and blatant discriminatory conduct such as BDS activities.
My order ensures that no state agency or authority will engage in or promote any investment activity that would further the harmful and discriminatory BDS campaign.
New York will identify institutions and companies, with the list made available to the public and updated regularly, that engage in boycotts, divestment or sanctions activity targeting Israel, either directly or through a parent or subsidiary.
The Hebrew-language news site Ynet reported that in the bill’s explanatory notes, Negusie cited Paragraph 1 of the current Criminal Procedure Law (Powers of Enforcement — Arrest), which reads: “The arrest and detention of a person will be in a manner that ensures maximum protection of his human dignity and rights.” He also cited Paragraph 2 of Israel’s Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty, which reads: “There shall be no violation of the life, body or dignity of any person as such,” and Paragraph 5, which reads: “There shall be no deprivation or restriction of the liberty of a person by imprisonment, arrest, extradition or otherwise.” Negusie, a member of the Ethiopian community, told Ynet that he felt many cases of police brutality never came to the attention of the public or the media, and that his bill would reduce the number of such incidents.
Meretz chair MK Zahava Gal-on asked former public security minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch nearly two years ago to support a one-year trial period in which police officers would wear the cameras.
Political opponents claim we are punishing both activism and freedom of expression with this executive order. The BDS movement is an insidious economic attack that is exclusively anti-Israel.