“Don’t Buy From Jews” Germans Boycott Israeli Products

By GateStone Institute |

 

Although Pax Christi claims it is not seeking a blanket boycott of Israeli products, the NGO’s use of vague and sweeping language, plus the fact that there are no special labels to distinguish products made in the so-called occupied territories, does make it a de facto boycott of everything made in Israel.

A prominent Roman Catholic NGO in Germany has called for a wide-ranging boycott of Israeli products.

The petition represents an expansion of the boycott, disinvestment and sanction (BDS) movement against Israel in Germany, where efforts by pro-Palestinian activists to delegitimize the Jewish state continue to pick up momentum.

The German branch of Pax Christi, which describes itself as an “international Catholic peace movement,” issued apress release dated May 22, in which it urged German consumers not to buy goods from Israel as long as it remains unclear whether they are produced in the “settlements” or in “Israel.”

A two-page flyer for the campaign, which uses the slogan “Occupation Tastes Bitter” (Besatzung schmeckt bitter), states: “Israeli settlements on occupied territory violate Article 49 of the Geneva Convention. Whoever contributes to the profitability of these settlements contributes to the violation of human rights.” The flyer also encourages German consumers to report “questionable” Israeli products on a website called www.lebensmittelklarheit.de . Read more…

 

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