A global movement for boycott, divestment & sanctions(BDS) against Israeli Apartheid is rapidly emerging. BDS for JUSTICE!
In 2005, Palestinian civil society issued a call for a campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israel until it complies with international law and Palestinian rights. A truly global movement against Israeli Apartheid is rapidly emerging in response to this call:

One year after the historic Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) which found Israel’s Wall built on occupied Palestinian territory to be illegal; Israel continues its construction of the colonial Wall with total disregard to the Court’s decision. Thirty eight years into Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian West Bank (including East Jerusalem), Gaza Strip and the Syrian Golan Heights, Israel continues to expand Jewish colonies. It has unilaterally annexed occupied East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights and is now de facto annexing large parts of the West Bank by means of the Wall. Israel is also preparing – in the shadow of its lanned redeployment from the Gaza Strip – to build and expand colonies in the West Bank. Fifty seven years fter the state of Israel was built mainly on land ethnically cleansed of its Palestinian owners, a majority of Palestinians are refugees, most of whom are stateless. Moreover, Israel’s entrenched system of racial discrimination against its own Arab-Palestinian citizens remains intact. In light of Israel’s persistent violations of international law; and Given that, since 1948, hundreds of UN resolutions have condemned Israel’s colonial and discriminatory policies as illegal and called for immediate, adequate and effective remedies; and Given that all forms of international intervention and peace-making have until now failed to convince or force Israel to comply with humanitarian law, to respect fundamental human rights and to end its occupation and oppression of the people of Palestine; and In view of the fact that people of conscience in the international community have historically shouldered the moral responsibility to fight injustice, as exemplified in the struggle to abolish apartheid in South Africa through diverse forms of boycott, divestment and sanctions; and Inspired by the struggle of South Africans against apartheid and in the spirit of international solidarity, moral consistency and resistance to injustice and oppression; We, representatives of Palestinian civil society, call upon international civil society organizations and people of conscience all over the world to impose broad boycotts and implement divestment initiatives against Israel similar to those applied to South Africa in the apartheid era. We appeal to you to pressure your respective states to impose embargoes and sanctions against Israel. We also invite conscientious Israelis to support this Call, for the sake of justice and genuine peace. These non-violent punitive measures should be maintained until Israel meets its obligation to recognize the Palestinian people’s inalienable right to self-determination and fully complies with the precepts of international law by: 1. Ending its occupation and colonization of all Arab lands and dismantling the Wall
2. Recognizing the fundamental rights of the Arab-Palestinian citizens of Israel to full equality; and
3. Respecting, protecting and promoting the rights of Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and properties as stipulated in UN resolution 194.
Endorsed by: The Palestinian political parties, unions, associations, coalitions and organizations below represent the three integral parts of the people of Palestine: Palestinian refugees, Palestinians under occupation and Palestinian citizens of Israel. Unions, Associations, Campaigns • Council of National and Islamic Forces in Palestine (Coordinating body for the major political parties in the Occupied Palestinian Territory) • Palestinian Independent Commission for Citizen’s Rights (PICCR) • Union of Arab Community Based Associations (ITTIJAH), Haifa • Forum of Palestinian NGOs in Lebanon • Palestinian General Federation of Trade Unions (PGFTU) • General Union of Palestinian Women (GUPW) • General Union of Palestinian Teachers (GUPT) • Federation of Unions of Palestinian Universities’ Professors and Employees • Consortium of Professional Associations • Union of Palestinian Medical Relief Committees (UPMRC) • Health Work Committees – West Bank • Union of Agricultural Work Committees (UAWC) • Union of Palestinian Agricultural Relief Committees (PARC) • Union of Health Work Committees – Gaza (UHWC) • Union of Palestinian Farmers • Occupied Palestine and Syrian Golan Heights Advocacy Initiative (OPGAI) • General Union of Disabled Palestinians • Palestinian Federation of Women’s Action Committees (PFWAC) • Palestinian Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel (PACBI) • Palestinian Grassroots Anti-Apartheid Wall Campaign • Union of Teachers of Private Schools • Union of Women’s Work Committees, Tulkarem (UWWC) • Dentists’ Association – Jerusalem Center • Palestinian Engineers Association • Lawyers’ Association • Network for the Eradication of Illiteracy and Adult Education, Ramallah • Coordinating Committee of Rehabilitation Centers – West Bank • Coalition of Lebanese Civil Society Organizations (150 organizations) • Solidarity for Palestinian Human Rights (SPHR), Network of Student-based Canadian University Associations Refugee Rights Associations/Organizations
  1. Al-Ard Committees for the Defense of the Right of Return, Syria
  2. Al-Awda Charitable Society, Beit Jala
  3. Al Awda – Palestine Right-to-Return Coalition, U.S.A
  4. Al-Awda Toronto
  5. Aidun Group – Lebanon
  6. Aidun Group – Syria
  7. Alrowwad Cultural and Theatre Training Center, Aida refugee camp
  8. Association for the Defense of the Rights of the Internally Displaced (ADRID), Nazareth
  9. BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency and Refugee Rights, Bethlehem
  10. Committee for Definite Return, Syria
  11. Committee for the Defense of Palestinian Refugee Rights, Nablus
  12. Consortium of the Displaced Inhabitants of Destroyed Palestinian Villages and Towns
  13. Filastinuna – Commission for the Defense of the Right of Return, Syria
  14. Handala Center, ‘Azza (Beit Jibreen) refugee camp, Bethlehem
  15. High Committee for the Defense of the Right of Return, Jordan
(including personal endorsement of 71 members of parliament, political parties and unions in Jordan)
  1. High National Committee for the Defense of the Right of Return , Ramallah
  2. International Right of Return Congress (RORC)
  3. Jermana Youth Forum for the Defense of the Right of Return, Syria
  4. Laji Center, Aida camp, Bethlehem
  5. Local Committee for Rehabilitation, Qalandia refugee camp, Jerusalem
  6. Local Committee for Rehabilitation of the Disabled, Deheishe refugee camp, Bethlehem
  7. Palestinian National Committee for the Defense of the Right of Return, Syria
  8. Palestinian Return Association, Syria
  9. Palestinian Return Forum, Syria
  10. Palestine Right-of-Return Coalition (Palestine, Arab host countries, Europe, North America)
  11. Palestine Right-of-Return Confederation-Europe (Austria, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Sweden)
  12. Palestinian Youth Forum for the Right of Return, Syria
  13. PLO Popular Committees – West Bank refugee camps
  14. PLO Popular Committees – Gaza Strip refugee camps
  15. Popular Committee – al-’Azza (Beit Jibreen) refugee camp, Bethlehem
  16. Popular Committee – Deheishe refugee camp, Bethlehem
  17. Shaml – Palestinian Diaspora and Refugee Center, Ramallah
  18. Union of Women’s Activity Centers – West Bank Refugee Camps
  19. Union of Youth Activity Centers – Palestine Refugee Camps, West Bank and Gaza
  20. Women’s Activity Center – Deheishe refugee camp, Bethlehem
  21. Yafa Cultural Center, Balata refugee camp, Nablus
Organizations
  1. Abna’ al-Balad Society, Nablus
  2. Addameer Center for Human Rights, Gaza
  3. Addameer Prisoners’ Support and Human Rights Association, Ramallah
  4. Alanqa’ Cultural Association, Hebron
  5. Al-Awda Palestinian Folklore Society, Hebron
  6. Al-Doha Children’s Cultural Center, Bethlehem
  7. Al-Huda Islamic Center, Bethlehem
  8. Al-Jeel al-Jadid Society, Haifa
  9. Al-Karameh Cultural Society, Um al-Fahm
  10. Al-Maghazi Cultural Center, Gaza
  11. Al-Marsad Al-Arabi, occupied Syrian Golan Heights
  12. Al-Mezan Center for Human Rights, Gaza
  13. Al-Nahda Cultural Forum, Hebron
  14. Al-Taghrid Society for Culture and Arts, Gaza
  15. Alternative Tourism Group, Beit Sahour (ATG)
  16. Al-Wafa’ Charitable Society, Gaza
  17. Applied Research Institute Jerusalem (ARIJ)
  18. Arab Association for Human Rights, Nazareth (HRA)
  19. Arab Center for Agricultural Development (ACAD)
  20. Arab Center for Agricultural Development-Gaza
  21. Arab Educational Institute – Open Windows (affiliated with Pax Christie International)
  22. Arab Orthodox Charitable Society – Beit Sahour
  23. Arab Orthodox Charity – Beit Jala
  24. Arab Orthodox Club – Beit Jala
  25. Arab Orthodox Club – Beit Sahour
  26. Arab Students’ Collective, University of Toronto
  27. Arab Thought Forum, Jerusalem (AFT)
  28. Association for Cultural Exchange Hebron – France
  29. Association Najdeh, Lebanon
  30. Authority for Environmental Quality, Jenin
  31. Bader Society for Development and Reconstruction, Gaza
  32. Canadian Palestine Foundation of Quebec, Montreal
  33. Center for the Defense of Freedoms, Ramallah
  34. Center for Science and Culture, Gaza
  35. Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Ramallah- Al-Bireh District
  36. Child Development and Entertainment Center, Tulkarem
  37. Committee for Popular Participation, Tulkarem
  38. Defense for Children International-Palestine Section, Ramallah (DCI/PS)
  39. El-Funoun Palestinian Popular Dance Troupe
  40. Ensan Center for Democracy and Human Rights, Bethlehem
  41. Environmental Education Center, Bethlehem
  42. FARAH – Palestinian Center for Children, Syria
  43. Ghassan Kanafani Society for Development, Gaza
  44. Ghassan Kanafani Forum, Syria
  45. Gaza Community Mental Health Program, Gaza (GCMHP)
  46. Golan for Development, occupied Syrian Golan Heights
  47. Halhoul Cultural Forum, Hebron
  48. Himayeh Society for Human Rights, Um al-Fahm
  49. Holy Land Trust – Bethlehem
  50. Home of Saint Nicholas for Old Ages – Beit Jala
  51. Human Rights Protection Center, Lebanon
  52. In’ash al-Usrah Society, Ramallah
  53. International Center of Bethlehem (Dar An-Nadweh)
  54. Islah Charitable Society-Bethlehem
  55. Jafra Youth Center, Syria
  56. Jander Center, al-Azza (Beit Jibreen) refugee camp, Bethlehem
  57. Jerusalem Center for Women, Jerusalem (JCW)
  58. Jerusalem Legal Aid and Human Rights Center (JLAC )
  59. Khalil Al Sakakini Cultural Center, Ramallah
  60. Land Research Center, Jerusalem (LRC)
  61. Liberated Prisoners’ Society, Palestine
  62. Local Committee for Social Development, Nablus
  63. Local Committee for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled, Nablus
  64. MA’AN TV Network, Bethlehem
  65. Medical Aid for Palestine, Canada
  66. MIFTAH-Palestinian Initiative for the Promotion of Global Dialogue and Democracy, Ramallah
  67. Muwatin-The Palestinian Institute for the Study of Democracy
  68. National Forum of Martyr’s Families, Palestine
  69. Near East Council of Churches Committee for Refugee Work – Gaza Area
  70. Network of Christian Organizations – Bethlehem (NCOB)
  71. Palestinian Council for Justice and Peace, Jerusalem
  72. Palestinian Counseling Center, Jerusalem (PCC)
  73. Palestinian Democratic Youth Union, Lebanon
  74. Palestinian Farmers’ Society, Gaza
  75. Palestinian Hydrology Group for Water and Environment Resources Development-Gaza
  76. Palestinian Prisoners’ Society-West Bank
  77. Palestinian Society for Consumer Protection, Gaza
  78. Palestinian University Students’ Forum for Peace and Democracy, Hebron
  79. Palestinian Women’s Struggle Committees
  80. Palestinian Working Women Society for Development (PWWSD)
  81. Popular Art Centre, Al-Bireh
  82. Prisoner’s Friends Association – Ansar Al-Sajeen, Majd al-Krum
  83. Public Aid Association, Gaza
  84. Ramallah Center for Human Rights Studies
  85. Saint Afram Association – Bethlehem
  86. Saint Vincent De Paule – Beit Jala
  87. Senior Citizen Society – Beit Jala
  88. Social Development Center, Nablus
  89. Society for Self-Development, Hebron
  90. Society for Social Work, Tulkarem
  91. Society for Voluntary Work and Culture, Um al-Fahm
  92. Society of Friends of Prisoners and Detainees, Um al-Fahm
  93. Sumoud-Political Prisoners Solidarity Group, Toronto
  94. Tamer Institute for Community Education, Ramallah
  95. TCC – Teacher’s Creativity Center, Ramallah
  96. Wi’am Center, Bethlehem
  97. Women’s Affairs Technical Committee, Ramallah and Gaza (WATC)
  98. Women’s Studies Center, Jerusalem (WSC)
  99. Women’s Center for Legal Aid and Counseling, Jerusalem (WCLAC)
  100. Yafa for Education and Culture, Nablus
  101. Yazour Charitable Society, Nablus
  102. YMCA-East Jerusalem
  103. Youth Cooperation Forum, Hebron
  104. YWCA-Palestine
  105. Zakat Committee-al-Khader, Bethlehen
  106. Zakat Committee-Deheishe camp, Bethlehem


Companies to Support

Equal Exchange
Lush Fresh Handmade Cosmetics (source) BUY FROM LUSH! Lush supported One World's "Freedom for Palestine" project.
Lush Limited (source) BUY FROM LUSH! Lush supported One World's "Freedom for Palestine" project

Companies to Avoid

AHAVA Dead Sea Laboratories Ltd. (source) Ahava products come from stolen Palestinian natural resources in the Occupied Territory of the Palestinian West Bank, and are produced in the illegal settlement of Mitzpe Shalem.
Aroma Coffee Company Inc.
Ben & Jerry's (source) Sells ice cream in illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. http://www.bdsmovement.net/2013/vermonters-call-on-ben-jerrys-to-end-complicity-with-israels-occupation-and-settlements-10793
Caterpillar Inc. (source) Caterpillar bulldozers raze Palestinian homes. http://www.bdsmovement.net/2012/divesting-from-caterpillar-inc-motorola-solutions-and-hewlett-packard-9160
Hadiklaim Israel Date Growers Cooperative Ltd (source) Operates on illegal Israeli settlements in the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank.
Loreal (source) L’Oreal operates a factory on a ethnically cleansed Palestinian village inside Israel and exploits minerals from the Dead Sea. SEE http://www.bdsmovement.net/2008/l%E2%80%99oreal-makeup-for-israeli-apartheid-231
Motorola (source) Motorola Solutions provides surveillance on the grounds of settlements deemed illegal by international law. http://www.bdsmovement.net/2012/divesting-from-caterpillar-inc-motorola-solutions-and-hewlett-packard-9160
Sabra Hummus (source) Sabra’s parent company, Strauss Group Ltd., provides financial support to the Golani and Givati brigades of the Israeli army, which have been involved in war crimes.
Soda Stream (source) The main factory is in the Mishor Adummim industrial zone in the West Bank. Mishor Adummim is part of Ma’ale Adummim, one of the largest settlements strategically located east of Jerusalem.
Strauss Group Ltd. (source) Provides financial support to the Golani and Givati brigades of the Israeli occupation army, which have been involved in war crimes.
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***’ Israel ‘s’ country prefix is ’729′ on barcodes. You will typically only see it on imported foods and not the products listed below… as many of the companies below are American companies that financially support ‘ Israel .’***THE LIST…1. The Chairman and CEO of STARBUCKS, Howard Schultz, is an active Zionist. In 1998 he was honored by the Jerusalem Fund of Aish HaTorah with ‘The Israel 50th Anniversary Friend of Zion Tribute Award’ for his services to the Zionist state in ‘playing a key role in promoting close alliance between the United States and Israel ‘. At a time when other businesses were desperately pulling out ofIsrael, Starbucks decided to help Israel ‘s floundering economy and invest in Israel . It has been revealed that Starbucks still continues to support Israel by sponsoring fund raisers for Israel .————————————–2. THE LIMITED STORES, Express, Lerner New York , VICTORIAS SECRET and BATH & BODY WORKS: The Limited, Inc. was founded by Leslie H. Wexner in 1963 in Columbus , Ohio . Includes: THE LIMITED STORES, Express, Lerner New York , VICTORIAS SECRET and BATH & BODY WORKS, and employs over 115,000 people. Its founder, president and CEO Les Wexner is a Zionist. He is on the board of directors of Emet, the Pro-Israel Media ‘War Room’ whose function is to ensure that all media in the US stays biased in favor of Israel . In 1984, Les Wexner who is one of the world’s 200 wealthiest people created the Wexner Foundation. Its mission statement is ‘strengthening Jewish Leadership in North America and Israel .’ One of the programs the Foundation runs is the Wexner Israel Fellowship Program which annually brings up to ten Israeli have participated thus far. The Wexner Foundation sponsors ‘Birthright Israel ‘ – a program that pays for young American Jews to take free indoctrination trips to Israel . It is also a long-standing supporter of Hillel – the bastion of Zionism on campus.———————————-3. THE HOME DEPOT: Its founder and co-chairman of the Board is an active Zionist. He created the board of directors of Emet, the Pro-Israel Media ‘War Room’ whose function is to ensure that all media in the US stays biased in favor of Israel .————————————–4. DISNEY: Walt Disneys Millennium exhibition at the Epcot Centre in Florida depicts Jerusalem as the capital of Israel . Of the 8 million dollars it cost to set up the exhibition, Israel contributed 1.8 million and worked with Disney to develop its content.—————————————-5. AOL/TIME WARNER: AOL ALLOCATES 30% OF ITS INVESTMENT PORTFOLIO IN ISRAEL . (Can you believe it?!)The buy up of Israeli company Mirabilis, creators of ICQ (internet chat program), for $287m in 1998 forms part of AOLs investment in Israel .In 1998, Mr. Ted Leonsis, CEO of AOL studios (a business unit of AOL) received the Jubilee Award by the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. This is the highest tribute ever awarded by the ‘State of Israel in recognition of those individuals and organizations that through their investments and trade relationships have done the most to strengthen the Israeli economy.——————–6. COCA COLA: From 1966 onward Coca-Cola has been a staunch supporter of Israel . In 1997 the Government of Israel Economic Mission honored Coca-Cola at the Israel Trade Award Dinner for its continued support of Israel for the last 30 years and for refusing to abide by the Arab League boycott of Israel . In contrast Pepsi abided by the Arab League boycott of Israel which ended in May 1991, after 1992 Pepsi is also trading in Israel . In 2001 the Coca-Cola World Headquarters hosted and was the main sponsor of the American-Israel Chamber of Commerce Awards Gala. It has been revealed that Coca-Cola Israel sponsors training programs for its workers on subjects including the Israeli-Arab conflict. The course content is created by a company funded by the Jewish Agency and the Israeli government. In July 2002, it has been announced that Coca-Cola is to build a new plant at Kiryat Gat.——————————–7. ESTEE LAUDER: Estee Lauder’s chairman, Ronald Lauder, also one time chairman of the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, is the current president of the Jewish National Fund (JNF) – Ronald Lauder is an ardent Zionist.————————————8. SARAH LEE. (Includes Hanes, Playtex, Leggs, Champion). This is also not to be confused with the frozen snacks company. This is in regard to the clothing giant. Sara Lee owns 30% of Israel ‘s leading textile company Delta Galil. Sara Lee is the world’s largest clothing manufacturer, this opens the worlds markets to Israel , with cloths originating in Israel and being sold around the world under one of the many famous Sara Lee brands.In 1998, Mr. Lucien Nessim of Sara Lee Personal Products received the Jubilee Award by the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. This is the highest tribute ever awarded by the ‘State of Israel ‘ in recognition of those individuals and organizations, that through their investments and trade relationships, have done the most to strengthen the Israeli economy.————————————-9. FOX TELEVISION, FOX ENTERTAINMENT: The News Corporation Limite is one of the world’s largest media companies with total assets as of September 30, 2005 of approximately; US $58 billion and total annual revenues of approximately US $18 billion. News Corporation’s diversified global operations include the production and distribution of motion pictures and television programming; television, satellite and cable broadcasting; the publication of newspapers, magazines and books; the production and distribution of promotional and advertising products and services; the development of digital broadcasting. News Corporation is the world’s leading publisher of English-language newspapers with operations worldwide. The Company publishes more than 175 different newspapers, printing more than 40 million papers a week.Murdoch’s New Corp. invests heavily in Israel . Murdoch News Corporation was one of three US companies that was lauded for their support of Israel at the America-Israel Friendship League Partners for Democracy Awards dinner (25th June 2001);Murdoch himself co-chaired the dinner. News Corp.’s digital technology company based in Jerusalem ,called NDS, has grown from 20 to 600 employees in the past decade.——————————–10. NESTLE: The Swiss company owns 50.1% of Israeli food maker Osem Investments. In Dec. 2000, it announced it will invest millions of dollars to operate the new R&D centre in Israel . In 1998, Mr. Peter Brabeck-Letmathe on behalf of Nestle, received the Jubilee Award by the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. This is the highest tribute ever awarded by the ‘State of Israel ‘ in recognition of those individuals and organizations, that through their investments and trade relationships, have done the most to strengthen the Israeli economy.————————–11. OVERSEAS ADVENTURE TRAVEL: Company is based in Massachusetts , is known for their many world tours and relatively cheap group travel. The company donates money to over 50 countries in which it operates in to help fund schools, food aid, etc. and averages between $5,000 and $25,000 per country. However, Israel received a flat $1,000,000 from Overseas Adventure Travel, as it’s president is a Zionist.————————————–12. IBM: IBM invests heavily in Israel . IBM senior vice-president and general counsel, Lawrence Ricciardi, who noted that his company employs 1,700 people in Israel, said in an interview with the Jerusalem Post, ‘This wedge of land and the huge ideals it represents are very important to IBM.’ IBM was one of three US companies that was lauded at the America-Israel Friendship League Partners for Democracy Awards dinner ( 25th June 2001 ) hosted by Sharon. In May 2002 the Israel-America Chamber of Commerce awarded IBM the Ambassador’s Award’ in recognition of its outstanding contribution to the development of the Israeli high-tech industry and to advancing trade between the U.S.and Israel. IBM established operations in 1949 and was the first large American company with a wholly owned subsidiary in Israel , introducing computers to the country.————————————–13. KIMBERLY-CLARK: (Huggies, Kotex, Kleenex) In 1998, Mr. Robert P. Van der Merwe, chairman of Kimberly-Clark Europe received the Jubilee Award by the Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu. This is the highest tribute ever awarded by the ‘State of Israel ‘ in recognition of those individuals and organizations, that through their investments and trade relationships, have done the most to strengthen the Israeli economy. Kimberly Clark Corp owns 49.9% interest in Israeli company Hogla (6/96) through America-Israel PaperMills $49.9m.—————————14. RIVER ISLAND clothing chain, ISROTEL and IBROTEL HOTELS in Spain and Portugal , BRITANNIA PACIFIC PROPERTIES. (This one probably relates least to any of us) – a diversified international investment company, with headquarters in London , England . They said to be one of the largest real estate owners in the Sacramento Metropolitan area. It appears that the British based Lewis Trust Group is one of the companies developing hotels in the Aqaba Region. David Lewis, the Chairman of the company, is a prominent supporter of Israel . Mr Lewis’s activities have included the raising of money for the Jewish National Fund. He is also a member of the Israel-Britain Business Council. This organization is dedicated to the development of the Zionist State , by channelling British capital to the occupied territories for the benefit of the Zionists and the exploitation of the Palestinians.15. NOKIA: Nokia have started to invest heavily in Israel . Nokia general manager Lars Wolf said in an interview with The Jerusalem Post (4 March 2001): ‘We are really focusing on Israel from all perspectives, because we have an internal project called ‘Project Israel ‘ which means we a re looking at Israel from a networks perspective, from the perspective of Nokia Ventures Organization, and also from the perspective of Nokia Research Center.’ Nokia Venture Partners, a branch of Nokia Ventures Organization, launched a new $500 million fund in December 2000 and allowed that a ‘disproportionate’ amount of it would go into Israeli companies. Nokia Research Center is on the lookout for Israeli start-ups with which it can cooperate.—————————-16. TIMBERLAND: (clothing, shoes, boots, jackets, etc.) Timberlands is a $1.1 billion footwear, apparel & accessories company. Its President and CEO Jeffrey Swartz is an active Zionist. In a recent ‘solidarity visit’ to Israel, where he made it clear he was speaking as the CEO of Timberland, he suggested sending 100 IDF soldiers to the US for a week as ambassadors for Israel. Although Timberland is a publicly traded company, his family holds approximately 47% of the stock and has approximately 81% of the voting power.————————————-17. DESERT EAGLE: Desert Eagles are the only firearms that Israel does not buy from the US or other countries. However, many of the parts of these firearms are imported from other countries and they are merely assembled in Israel . Regardless, Israel prides them as their own and it is strictly an Israeli company.

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