Foreign Ministry to summon S. African ambassador

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May 19, 2012 22:59

 
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The Foreign Ministry on Saturday said it will summon the South African ambassador following an announcement that South Africa will not allow products coming from the West Bank to be labeled as "made in Israel."

"The singling out of one side of one conflict out of all the conflicts in the world is verging on racism," Ministry spokesman Paul Hirschson said, adding that "this is sad coming from South Africa, which should know better." 

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