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    • Taxpayer
    • 02.04.14 | 08:43 (IDT)

    The Palestinian leader is an honorable man, and as such he should be respect and we should listen to him. He honestly belives that it will be a good idea for companies that assist the colonail project as he described Jewish village in Judaea and Samaria to be boycotted.. He singles out companies that deal with the "colonies" and we shoul of course listen to what he says and start acting in the direction that he is demanding. As a first stage we should target the core companies that support our colonial enterprise - the IEC, Mekorot, the fuel companies, Tnuva and Strauss, all of whom supply products that are vital to the settlements and the colonists who live there. All of these companies should be insturcted to comply with the boycott and self impose it - and since the Palestinian leader is an honorable man, their self imposed boycott should start by halting their experts to the Palestinian territories, after all he cannot as an honorable man expect other people to boycott these companies if he does not do so himself

    from the article: Why Palestine is heading back to the UN
    First published 02:00 02.04.14 | Last updated 23:30 01.04.14
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