Ahava store in London blockaded by activists

November 22, 2010 15:05

Pro-Palestinian activists blockaded an Ahava store in London's Covent Garden on Monday, resulting in the store closing for the day.

Two activists reportedly locked themselves to a cement-filled barrel at the entrance to the property and remained there until police arrived to remove them.

Ahava has been the target of blockades and protests in the past, because activists claim its products are manufactured at what they term an illegal settlement - on disputed land.

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