codifying discrimination into law
In March 2017, the Israeli Knesset enacted an amendment to the Entry into Israel laws that govern visa entries into the country.
This is an English translation of that law, but only an interpretation of the Hebrew text of the amendment is legally binding in any action:
Library of Congress archive
The council will continue to support boycotting produce from the occupied territories despite a new law barring those who do so from the country
The new law would stop some pro-Israel groups from visiting the Jewish state if they have publicly called for boycotts of Israel’s settlements.
The New York Times
While this law directly affects and attacks Palestinians in Israel, East Jerusalem, the West Bank, Gaza and the Diaspora in their legal, human rights, cultural and citizenship identities, all BDS activists should be aware of the implications of this law. It is used to chill the aims of international advocacy for Palestinian human rights and to vacate Israel’s responsibilities under United Nations international law with regard to Palestine and Palestinians. It has also been cited globally as a reason why BDS “threatens” Palestinians further.
Read the full language of the law here on website of Jerusalem Post.
The originals are in Hebrew on the Israeli government website, but here is an English translation posted by the Israeli government.