The boycott of goods “made in Israel” is spreading fast

Yossi Schwartz ISL the section of the RCIT in Israel/Occupied Palestine, 19.11.2023

Today, Israel Today in Hebrew wrote: “This is the test hour of the blue-white export: the local businesses that operate around the world have been at the center of boycotts and hatred since the outbreak of the war. Israeli businesses that export their goods abroad do not remember an explosive period like today. They are aware that any statement they make that does not “fit” with consumers around the world, or following a tweet by this or that celebrity who would like to mark their brand as an Israeli brand, can have a substantial impact on the sales of their products. This is not just a fear, but a reality that is already happening. This is what the Israeli and international designer Dodo (Dorit) Bar-Or learned firsthand, who shared a staged video that compared Hamas to ISIS and supported the State of Israel and its actions. As a result, her items were removed One of the biggest sites in the world” [1]

This is the biggest boycott movement by the masses since the boycott movement on Nazi Germany sabotaged by the Zionists.

According to Yad Vashem:

“Boycotts, Anti-Nazi Economic actions taken by groups in many countries, especially the United States, against Nazi Germany before World War II in protest of the persecution of Jews. The Jewish War Veterans established a boycott in the United States on March 19, 1933. In May the American League for the Defense of Jewish Rights was founded by the Yiddish journalist, Abraham Coralnik. Six months later Samuel Untermyer took charge of the organization; he soon became a leading figure in the boycott movement and was active until the United States entered the war in 1941. Untermyer changed his organization’s name to the Non-Sectarian Anti-Nazi League to Champion Human Rights to emphasize that the cause did not only apply to Jews. Untermyer and Coralnik also organized the World Jewish Economic Conference in Amsterdam in an unsuccessful effort to create an international Jewish boycott movement. The American Jewish Congress (AJC) declared a boycott in August 1933. In 1935 the AJC set up a joint boycott council with the Jewish labor committee; it developed into one of two major boycott organizations in the US Nevertheless, Untermyer’s league and the joint council did not succeed in joining forces.

Due to the Influence of the Zionists in Palestine that made an economic deal with Nazi Germany many important organizations and leaders (both Jewish and among the American public) did not back the movement. Some, such as the American Jewish Committee and B’nai B’rith in the US, the Board of Deputies of British Jews in England, and the Alliance Israelite Universelle in France, even opposed the movement. In Britain, a group of board members under the leadership of Lord Melchett (Henry Mond) broke away to form their own movement. However, the group soon split up. The Jewish Agency could not support the boycott movement because of the transfer agreement it had made with Germany” [2]

Down with the Zionist apartheid!

Total Boycott on Israel

For Palestine red and free from the river to the sea!




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