Israeli judgment in Lorde boycott lawsuit can’t be enforced | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Israeli judgment in Lorde boycott lawsuit can’t be enforced

An Israeli court in Jerusalem has ordered two New Zealand activists to pay more than $12,000 in damages because the pop singer Lorde canceled a concert in Tel Aviv last year.

The two activists have rejected the ruling, which legal experts say cannot be enforced anyway.

Nadia Abu-Shanab and Justine Sachs say they won’t pay and are instead using the publicity generated by the case to raise money to support mental healthcare in Gaza.

The lawsuit was filed earlier this year on behalf of three Israeli fans of Lorde, under Israel’s anti-boycott law.

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z00mcopterdown

good luck passing through any "ICTS" dz00 airport checkpoint then, they'll end up in Gaza if they're not careful ...

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