The Boycott: A boomerang in the Palestinians’ face

The BDS movement jeopardizes the jobs of over 23,000 Palestinians

By MAURICE SILBER
June 28, 2012 13:07
2 minute read.
Palestinians call for a boycott

Palestinians call for a boycott 370. (photo credit: REUTERS)

 
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By encouraging the world community to adopt a position in favor of a boycott against Israeli products, the BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement directly jeopardize the jobs of over 23,000 Palestinians legally employed in the settlements.

The wages these Palestinians earn not only improve their own standards of living, but also fuel the Palestinian economy as a whole.

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