Rawabi to be built without materials from settlements

December 28, 2010 13:57


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Dozens of Israeli companies signed contracts with the Palestinian Authority to work in developing the new Palestinian city of Rawabi, in which they agreed to refrain from using materials from Israeli suppliers based in West Bank settlements, east Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, Army Radio reported on Tuesday.

Right-wing politicians responded angrily to the report, objecting to the fact that Israeli companies would contribute to the boycott of fellow Israeli companies.

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