Report: EU envoys' report calls for division of J'lem

January 18, 2012 07:48

European Union envoys to Jerusalem and Ramallah drafted a document calling for a Palestinian Authority presence in Jerusalem, the division of the capital city in a peace agreement, and the possibility of blacklisting settlers perceived as violent from the EU, Israeli media reported early Wednesday morning.

The delegates reportedly called for a boycott of Israeli products made in east Jerusalem, as well as in the West Bank, and argued that Israel has sought to "emphasize the Jewish identity of the [capital] city, at the expense of its Muslim and Christian residents" in a campaign to annex east Jerusalem.

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