• Protest against AHAVA brand, Hilton Hotel, Tel Aviv

    American peace group CODEPINK staged a a naked and muddy protest against the manufacturing of AHAVA in the occupied territories at the Hilton Hotel. http://www.flickr.com/photos/activestills/3610303523/ Walla (Israel news): American/Israel feminist group protests AHAVA in Tel Aviv (video)

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  • France: Launch of Broad Campaign against Agrexco

    REFUSE THE INSTALLATION OF THE ISRAELI COMPANY AGREXCO IN SETE ! Not a single euro of public money should be used against the Palestinian people! Support the creation of jobs that respect Palestinian rights and protect Languedoc farmers In the middle of the war against the population of Gaza last January, Georges Fríªche, President of […]

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  • How-to-guide for boycotting Trader Joe’s

    We’ll have this and many other resources on our don’t buy into apartheid Facebook page and our soon to exist website. Stay tuned and yalla deshelve!! p.s. don’t buy into apartheid facebook page (please subscribe your friends & let us know about actions): http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=86106513889&ref=mf JOIN US AND TAKE ACTION!! We know stores in your area […]

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  • Prevent Alstom from building the Haramain Express Railway

    Saudi Arabia awarded French company Alstom a multi-million dollar contract for the construction of Haramain Express Railway, to link the holy cities of Makkah and Madina. Alstom is in violation of international law for its part in the construction of the Jerusalem Light Rail, which will link illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territory […]

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  • Caterpillar under Fire for Human Rights Abuses for Sixth Year in a Row

    MR Zine, Chicago, IL (June 3) — For the sixth year in a row, members of Jewish, Christian, and human rights organizations will be present at Caterpillar, Inc.’s annual shareholder meeting to demand that Caterpillar end its complicity with violations of human rights and international law in the occupied West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East […]

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  • Trader Joe’s: De-Shelve Israeli Products

    June 6, 2009 Don Bane, Chairman and CEO Doug Rauch, President Charles J. Pilliter, SVP Operations Trader Joe”s Main Headquarters 800 S. Shamrock Ave. Monrovia, CA 91016 Dear Mr. Bane, Mr. Rauch and Mr. Pilliter, As people of conscience, we believe that business corporations need to uphold ethical standards that are consistent with the principles […]

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  • Don’t Buy Into Apartheid!

    JOIN US AND TAKE ACTION!! We know stores in your area are carrying Israeli products. We are here to support you to ask these stores not to carry Israeli products. If they will not deshelve Israeli products, and voluntarily cleanse their shelves of products that support occupation and apartheid, we are here to provide resources […]

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  • Company in Saudi rail project linked to Israel

    By Abbas Al Lawati, Staff Reporter Published: May 30, 2009, 23:30 Dubai: A plan to link Makkah and Madinah by train has become the subject of controversy, as Palestinian officials try to persuade Saudi authorities to withdraw the rail contract from a company alleged to be complicit in Israel’s expansion in occupied East Jerusalem. Palestinian […]

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  • Who Profits Newsletter – Focus on Norwegian Pension Fund Investments

    Who Profits from the Occupation May Newsletter: International Investment in the Occupation A Case Study: The Norwegian Government’s Pension Fund The economic interests in the Israeli occupation of Palestine are not exclusive to Israeli corporations. In a global economy, international corporations and investors are heavily involved in the manifold economy of the occupation. In our […]

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  • Jewish Chronicle on PSC meeting with Tescos

    Tesco denies labels shift but “will meet” Palestine group Tesco executives have agreed to meet members of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign to discuss labelling on produce from West Bank settlements, despite insisting that there will be no change in their policy. The long-challenged voluntary labelling guidelines, whereby supermarkets are encouraged by the government to state […]

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