Ireland: Israeli products marked with yellow sticker

BDS movement places yellow stickers on Israeli products reading ‘For justice in Palestine 

A pro-Israeli activist residing in Dublin, Ireland, was shocked this week when he discovered that a Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) organization had taped yellow stickers on Israeli products reading “For justice in Palestine, Boycott Israel”.

 Among the many items found carrying the yellow boycott sticker was a pack of dates from the Jordan Valley. One of the stickers read: “Organic dates – produce of West Bank; Israeli Settlement Produce.”

The call for boycott is directed not only at products made in Israeli settlements but at Israeli products altogether – even though the sticker notes the product was made in the West Bank. Similar stickers were placed on other products in the Tesco supermarkets chain.

Tesco is a British chain originally established by Jewish businessman Jack Cohen, the son of Jewish immigrants from Poland. Cohen’s grandchildren and great-grandchildren reside in Israel. The chain operates hundreds of grocery stores in Ireland as well.

 The BDS activity in Ireland is one of the most serious anti-Israel movements in Europe. It joins the Irish policy that pushes for marking all products from the West Bank in retail stores all over Europe.,7340,L-4449775,00.html

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3 Responses to “Ireland: Israeli products marked with yellow sticker”

  1. Ozzzy says:

    Yellow stickers on food, yellow stars on Jews. No difference.

  2. Anonymous says:

    If we get rid of the Israeli cameras that would do for a start.
    They never work when anything important is happening.

  3. Anonymous says:

    The khazar bankers and their allies have never been friends of the Celts, just look at how they finaced the English kings to wage war on and ruthlessly subjegate the indigenous nations of these isles.

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