MK Ben-Ari: Boycott British goods in response to UK boycott of Israel

MK Boycott British good

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 17, 2009 18:40

 
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In reaction to the approval of an anti-Israel boycott by the UK trades union, MK Michael Ben-Ari (National Union) called for a boycott of British goods by Israeli consumers, Israel Radio reported Thursday. Ben-Ari said that he wished to remind Britain that the Mandate ended in 1948, and that since then Israel is an independent state and does not submit to the dictates of imperialistic nations. "I call on the public to build a Jewish wall, to counter a boycott with a boycott, and not to purchase goods from Britain," said MK.

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