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Israel" sends a warning message to the Palestinian activist, Nardine Kiswani
10 August 2023

Ramallah - Bethlehem - Nisaa FM - Together - The Israeli occupation authorities decided to warn the American of Palestinian origin, Nardin Kiswani, an activist in the global boycott movement of the Israeli occupation "BDS", after her visit to the occupied Palestinian territories in 1948, for allegedly publishing "inciting messages" against the occupation.

What the site considered incitement includes the use of words and phrases by Al-Kiswani from "Occupied Palestine". Not only did the site play the role of reporting the news, but it intervened in the matter and turned to the Israeli authorities in this regard. 

The site wrote today, "In the wake of N12's request, the Israeli authorities decided to send a message to Al-Kiswani upon her departure from the country, imposing bureaucratic procedures on her next time."

The site likened the procedure to issuing a "yellow card" in Al-Kiswani's face, obligating her to coordinate in advance before her next visit, and also giving the responsible authorities the possibility of not approving the visit, if she continues her calls for a boycott. 

The site stated that Al-Kiswani visited Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied Jerusalem, at the end of the last week, where she took a picture of her, which she quickly posted on Facebook, with a post saying, "For the first time I am returning after my deportation in 2015. If you are an American citizen, come to Palestine, and if you are Your refusal in the past, as happened to me, let the US embassy be ready," referring to the new measures that Washington asked Tel Aviv to adopt, within the conditions for exempting Israelis from entry visas to the United States.

The conditions include allowing Americans of Palestinian origin to enter Israel without hindrance.