If UCC Canada were being morally correct ... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tuvea
    • 08.12.13 | 01:07 (IST)

    ... they would have to boycott ALL Israeli products. Of course they couldn't live in the modern world without their cell phones, their internet access, their supply of inexpensive medicines and food, their imported goods brought in by Israeli shipping firms. Nope. They just want to FEEL good. "Something must be done!" So they decide to boycott Israeli firms employing thousands of Palestinians. After all, the morons running UCC Canada won't be losing THEIR jobs.

    from the article: Canadian Protestant church launches settlement boycott campaign
    First published 02:52 07.12.13 | Last updated 02:52 07.12.13
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