Who edits these articles?
The measure was deeply contested at the time, passing with 46 votes in favor and 28 against. The main opponents were legislatures who take part in a boycott of settlement products and panned the law’s lack of distinction between Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.
Is “legislatures” a misspelling of “legislators”? That would seem to make sense from the context, but are there really so many Knesset members who take part in a boycott of settlement products that they constituted “the main opponents” of this bill? If so, that’s a story that deserves more treatment here on Mondoweiss. Or I guess “legislatures” could be correct, after all, but which legislatures, in which countries, and why did Israeli legislators care what they thought?
Airbnb said it will no longer profit for those rentals.
Not quite; it said “Any profits generated for Airbnb by any Airbnb host activity in the entire West Bank will be donated to non-profit organizations dedicated to humanitarian aid that serve people in different parts of the world.”