Palestinians Launch Boycott of Israeli Goods by the Forward

Palestinians Launch Boycott of Israeli Goods

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The Palestinian Authority said it will boycott products manufactured by six major Israeli companies.

Mahmoud Al-Aloul, a member of the Fatah Central Committee, announced the boycott on Monday of products manufactured by the Strauss Group, Tnuva, Osem, Elite, Prigat and Jafora-Tabori, the Wafa-Palestine News Agency reported. The boycott will begin Wednesday.

Al-Aloul told reporters that the boycott was in response to Israeli settlement activity and Israel’s two-month freeze on Palestinian tax revenue after the Palestinians joined the International Criminal Court.

Palestinian merchants have two weeks to remove the products from their shelves.


Palestinians Launch Boycott of Israeli Goods

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