lördag 5 juli 2014

Israels SodaStream stänger huvudbutiken i Storbritannien efter 2-års bojkott och protester

Israeliska företaget SodaStream stänger huvudbutiken i Storbritannien efter 2 år av bojkott och protester. En av Englands största grossister kommer i fortsättningen inte heller att marknadsföra SodaStreams produkter p.g.a. de omfattande protesterna mot Israel...

BDS protest movement takes on Israeli economy

Publicerades den 8 aug 2014
Boycott, divest and sanction: The three tenants of the BDS movement protesting what many perceive as the Israeli occupation of Gaza. 

As the conflict with Hamas grows and civilians continue to be killed and displaced, some of are considering these tactics to pressure Israel into reversing its longstanding policies. Billionaire Georges Soros, trade unions, retailers and a select few governments have all stepped up their participation in the mass protest movement, as RT’s Ameera David explains.

Israel’s SodaStream closes main UK store after 2-yr boycott campaign

RT 2017-07-04
SodaStream, which has its main factory in the West Bank and makes home carbonation products, has closed its EcoStream shop in Brighton and one of Britain’s biggest retailers John Lewis will no longer stock its products after two years of protests.

EcoStream, which sold recyclable bottles produced by the Israeli-owned SodaStream Corporation, was closed despite reporting running a profit since it was opened two years ago.
EcoStream bottles were produced at a factory in the Mishor Adumim industrial zone in the Israeli West Bank settlement of Ma’ale Adumim.

The EcoStream store in Brighton, on England’s south coast, was closed Monday and the department store chain John Lewis announced Tuesday that it will be withdrawing all SodaStream products from its shelves.

SodaStream did not link the decisions to the protest campaign against the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian West Bank.

In a statement issued Wednesday in relation to the closure of store in Brighton and John Lewis’ decision to pull its products, SodaStream did not mention the protests, which are known as the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement. [...]

'Free Palestine, stop the slaughter!' Protesters vs Israeli repression rally in UK

Publicerades den 6 jul 2014
Protesters held a mass demonstration outside the Israeli embassy in Kensington, Central London on Saturday. They blocked the road while some played dead in front of police, who pushed protesters as they secured the area. The demonstration was organised in response to recent air strikes by Israeli forces on Gaza, along with the murder of 16-year-old Mohammad Abu Khdeir.
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Scarlett Johansson presenterar: Den illegale bosättarens kolsyredröm - Israels blodapelsin

Scarlett "Illegal Bosättare" Johansson gör gärna reklam för israels senaste exportprodukter. Finns bl.a. som blodapelsin...http://undermattans.blogspot.se/2014/05/scarlett-johansson-presenterar-den.html


Världsstjärnor som har blod på glorian

Scarlett Johansson är en av många världskändisar som byter åsikter lika snabbt som crackprostituerade och gärna har blod på sina numera totalkrackelerande glorior. Men de är ändå sannolikt ganska lämpliga förebilder för den ignorante fredskrigande medborgaren 2014?
Israels SodaStream stänger huvudbutiken i Storbritannien efter 2-års bojkott och protester

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  1. --12 more EU states warn businesses against dealing with Israeli settlements--

    July 04, 2014

    Amid growing Palestine-Israeli tensions, 12 more EU states have joined European heavyweights - such as the UK, Germany and France - in urging their nationals to refrain from doing business in Israeli settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.

    *READ MORE Spain, Italy warn against investing in Israeli settlements:


    The group of those who issued warnings for their citizens on includes: Austria, Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta, Portugal, Slovakia, and Slovenia.

    The European nations stated that Israeli settlements in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, Gaza and the Golan Heights are illegal and hamper a peaceful settlement in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Involvement in business activities in the area carries both financial and reputational risks for investors, they warned.

    The European states also pointed out that the EU “will not recognize any changes to the pre-1967 borders, including with regard to Jerusalem, other than those agreed by the parties”.


  2. Europe 'losing patience' over Israeli settlement policy – EU envoy


    Spain, Italy warn against investing in Israeli settlements


    France advises its citizens against doing business in illegal Israeli settlements




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