Peace Now: Palestinians can build without settlement help

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 28, 2010 15:39

 
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Peace Now criticized the right wing members who threatened to boycott the Israeli companies that signed building contracts to work in developing the new Palestinian city in the Shomron on Tuesday. 

The secretary-general of the movement, Yariv Oppenheimer, said that "if the Palestinians want to build their country without the assistance of the settlements and their products it is completely legitimate.
 
"The production of goods by the settlements transforms all Israeli products to illegitimate," he added.

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