Human Rights Watch says neither it nor Omar Shakir has called for an outright boycott of Israel.
The Israel and Palestine Director of Human Rights Watch is accused of promoting the boycott, divestment and sanctions movement, but critics say the case is about trying to deter peaceful advocacy.
Omar Shakir, a US citizen, will have until May 1 to leave Israel, according to the decision by the Jerusalem district court, which rejected his appeal against the original expulsion order, noting he could take it to the supreme court.
Palestinian health ministry says Sajid Muzher, 18, was killed in Dheisheh refugee camp near Bethlehem city. Rights groups say, if confirmed, his death will be the fourth killing of a Palestinian medic by Israel since 2018.
Ahed Tamimi, 17, jailed by Israel for slapping and kicking its troops in the occupied West Bank is to walk free on Sunday after eight months behind bars.
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