Asad Rehman, executive director of War on Want, said the blacklist is "a desperate attempt to silence a growing movement that is holding Israel to account for its systematic abuse of Palestinian rights, and persistent violations of worldwide law".
Israel's newly-published "blacklist" of NGOs whose activists are barred from entry is reminiscent of Apartheid South Africa, a legal rights group has declared.
Israel on Sunday banned representatives of 20 NGOs working in the country from its territory due to their support for a campaign opposed to the occupation of Palestine.
As well as War on Want, the list names a second British group, the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, of which Jeremy Corbyn is a patron. "Boycott organizations need to know that Israel will act against them and will not allow [them] to enter its territory in order to harm its citizens".
Rehman urged the British government to condemn "this latest crackdown on human rights defenders" through measures such as the "suspension of trade ties with Israel, including the arms trade".
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He added: "This blacklist is a repressive tactic borrowed from the same playbook used by the apartheid regime in South Africa, when it tried to censor critics". Despite a French High Court ruling in October 2016 that the BDS campaign incites hatred and discrimination, the AFPS maintains a website page promoting the boycott of Israel.
The representatives of various United Kingdom -based non-profit organizations reacted on Monday to a recent ban on their members from entering Israel.
The blacklist came out shortly after a letter was signed by 100 artists in support of New Zealand pop artist Lorde, who made a decision to cancel her Israel concert this summer amid BDS-pressure. "The groups' activities are carried out via a campaign of falsehood and incitement, whose goal is to undermine Israel's legitimacy around the world". Only states that wish to protect their ability to act unjustly behave in this way.
Strategic Affairs Minister Gilad Erdan said, "No country would allow in visitors who aim to harm it".
"Clearly, the Israeli government is very aware that increasing numbers of Jews and all people worldwide support the BDS movement, and are seeking to intimidate and coerce us into silence", JVP executive director Rebecca Vilkomerson wrote in a Haaretz op-ed.
"Forming a list is another step in our campaign against the false propaganda of boycott organizations", Erdan said.