More than 20 MKs, including members of opposition party Kadima, proposed a new bill which will make it possible to outlaw important human rights groups in Israel. Among the organizations mentioned in the proposed bill are Doctors for Human rights, The Coalition of Woman for Peace, The Public Committee against Torture in Israel, and Adalah: the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights. All these organizations receive funds from the New Israeli Fund.
The article proceeded by saying: "According to a report in Maariv, the new bill will outlaw any organization "which is involved in activity intended to lead to the prosecution or arrest of IDF officers and government officials for war crimes." The word "involved" gives it a very broad definition.'