I haven't actually read the Boycott Bill and I don't have time today to trawl the Internet in search of it. I normally like to read things before commenting on them. So I haven't read it, but it appears to me that it is a stupid idea. Mature democracies often pass bad laws and this is one of them, standing comparison with the UK's idiotic past ban on the broadcasting of Northern Ireland terrorists' voices (whose words were then instead read by "the voice of an actor") and France's awful so-called burka ban. I am a clear opponent of the anti-Israel "Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions" movement, but this law restricting Israelis' right to call for a boycott is a stupid, counter-productive idea. Freedom of speech must allow Israelis to call for a boycott of settlement goods, in the same way that freedom of speech would allow me to call for a boycott of British goods (oh don't tempt me). I hope that this law is revoked as soon as possible. And how come so few of the Knesset's 120 members actually voted, on something so important?