Yes, some people may boycott Israeli goods because they might be produced in the occupied territories and Arabs are definitly not the only ones who do that. I know Jews who do it too. But what i meant to convey in the last post is that to an Arab in the market who wants to buy flowers for his/her spouse, parents etc. there will be no bother as long as they are pretty and affordable. They could have the Havah Nagilah tune to them and that would probably sweeten the deal, believe me. And what the heck is Kosher land? is it land that isnt in Israel or hasnt been blessed by a Rabbi or isnt cultivated in a certain way or is it land that is cultivated even during the year that there is not supposed to be cultivation (obviously forgot the name). But yeah, what is Kosher land? I dont think there is any Halal land. it seems that the difference between land isnt only recognised by Arabs, eh?
Israeli PM to Palestinian President Abbas: We must fight terror together (Haaretz)
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