• British Methodists boycott settlement goods

    July 4, 2010 WASHINGTON (JTA) — British Methodists voted to boycott goods manufactured in West Bank settlements. “This decision has not been taken lightly, but after months of research, careful consideration and, finally, today”s debate at the Conference,” said a statement June 30, the day the Methodist Conference voted on the matter at a conference […]

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  • Jewish leaders brace for new boycotts

    By DAVID HOROVITZ 07/04/2010 01:31 UK Methodist decision seen unlikely to trigger domino effect. In the wake of last week”s decision by the UK”s Methodist Church to boycott Israeli-produced goods and services from the West Bank, concern is growing among Diaspora Jewish interfaith leaders that this “new front” against Israel will be adopted elsewhere in […]

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  • PA wraps up store-to-store campaign

    Ramallah – Ma”an – After visiting most of the shops in the West Bank, Palestinian Authority Minister of the Economy Hassan Abu Lubda said the “store-to-store” campaign promoting the boycott of settlement goods had come to an end. A statement announced the end of the project, which saw hundreds of volunteers coordinated by government and […]

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  • IKEA furnishing the occupation

    Adri Nieuwhof, The Electronic Intifada, 5 July 2010 Swedish Radio reported on 23 June that home furnishings retail giant IKEA in Israel discriminately ships to Israel’s illegal settlements but not Palestinian cities in the occupied West Bank. Swedish Radio’s correspondent in Israel, Cecilia Udden, explained that she was moving to the Palestinian city of Ramallah […]

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  • Ahava protest London

    Demonstration today (03/07/2010) by Palestine solidarity campaigners outside the Israel Ahava shop in London’s Soho district; these protests are being held every two weeks and their success has generated a regular Zionist counter demo.

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  • Swedish Civil Society Launch “IKEA, Don’t buy into occupation!” Campaign

    Posted by RORCoalition on Fri, 07/02/2010 – 13:20 Click here to visit the Campaign page on facebook Open Letter from Palestine Solidarity Association of Sweden Swedish Radio has revealed that IKEA delivers furniture to illegal Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian territory, despite the fact that these settlements are illegal according to international law. Thus IKEA […]

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  • Methodists launch boycott over West Bank

    Methodists launch boycott over West Bank By Jerome Taylor, Religious Affairs Correspondent Wednesday, 30 June 2010 The Methodist Church today voted to boycott all products from Israeli settlements in Palestinian territories becoming the first major Christian denomination in Britain to officially adopt such a policy. The decision was made at the church”s Conference in Portsmouth, […]

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  • Kimberly-Clark profiting from the occupation

    1 July 2010 Kimberly-Clark is one of the largest consumer companies in the world with nearly 56,000 employees in 35 countries, and a sales turnover of over $19 billion in 2009. Its family care brands include Kleenex, Scott, Andrex, Huggies, Pull-Ups, Kotex, Poise and Depend.[8] Kimberly-Clark’s support for Israel is no secret. In 1998 Israel […]

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  • UK church boycotts Israel WB products

    Thu, 01 Jul 2010 08:05:39 GMT A UK church has unanimously voted to boycott Israeli products in a show of protest against Tel Aviv’s illegal settlements on Palestinian land in the occupied West Bank. The Methodist Church of Britain on Wednesday announced a decision to boycott Israeli-produced goods and services from the West Bank because […]

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  • Israel’s anti-boycott belligerence

    A bill seeking to outlaw boycotts of Israeli institutions and products – including in settlements – is diplomatically explosive o Miri Weingarten o guardian.co.uk, Wednesday 30 June 2010 10.00 BST A new “anti-boycott bill”, the third in a series of proposed laws that aim to curtail the ability of civil society to criticise Israeli government […]

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