PA minister: 'We will boycott firms who follow boycott law'

July 13, 2011 23:35


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Palestinian Authority Economy Minister Hassan Abu Lebda on Wednesday commented on the Knesset's approval of the "Boycott Bill," saying that "Israeli companies who comply with the 'Boycott Law' will be boycotted by Palestinians," Ma'an reported.

He added that, "The approval of the law indicates that Israel is paving the way for a one-state solution."

Lebda was quoted as saying by Ma'an that the "PA will invest in every effort to embarrass the new Israeli measures and will raise international awareness about the danger in Israeli steps trying to annex the West Bank."

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