A-Sanaa urges int'l community to boycott Israel

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March 20, 2007 15:10

 
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United Arab List MK Taleb A-Sanaa on Tuesday called on the international community to boycott Israel, after a large group of yeshiva students moved into a Hebron home formerly owned by a Palestinian who claimed not to have sold them the house. "The Israeli government is self-righteous and is not evacuating illegal settlers, thereby trampling international agreements and rights," A-Sanaa said. "The international community should positively consider boycotting Israel, which is endangering the stability of the region." A-Sanaa blamed Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and his government for the settlers' occupation of the house, which he referred to as "the lawbreaking settlers running wild in the city."

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