The Knesset [Israeli Parliament] has no limitation which prevents it from legislating extra-territoriality anywhere in the world… The Knesset can legislate concerning any place in the world. It is entitled to violate the sovereignty of foreign countries through legislation that would be applied to events occurring in their territories. It is within the authority of the government of Israel to annex any territory.
The Knesset may ignore directives of international law in any area it pleases. Despite all these, the plaintiffs seek to define a rule by which precisely in Judea and Sumeria, the Knesset is prohibited from legislating anything and that precisely there and nowhere else in the world is it subject to the directives of international law.
Full Knesset quote and context cited at the 07:50 mark of the following video.
The [U.S.] Department of Education will apply standards that conflate criticism of Israel and Zionism with anti-Jewish bigotry.
Full quote by Kenneth (Keith) Marcus a former Israel lobbyist and now the Trump Administration’s top Department Of Education’s Civil Rights enforcer cited at the 28:20 mark. Then continues 32:30 mark:
[Keith Marcus] wanted students who did nothing but hold a noisy protest in support of Palestinian rights to be criminally prosecuted…
[Marcus] revealed that he would be using the State Department definition of antisemitism to [re]define Judaism as an ethnic origin rather than just a religion in order to charge Palestinian rights activists with ethnic discrimination.
As quoted above, this is a minor, but clear, example of the Knesset exerting its right to change legislation in any foreign nation to suit its interests:
The Knesset can legislate concerning any place in the world. It is entitled to violate the sovereignty of foreign countries through legislation that would be applied to events occurring in their territories.
How did we get to the point of allowing a tiny foreign nation to dictate national legislation across the globe?