JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s primary minister is accusing a German office shop of a “boycott” after it eliminated goods produced in Israeli settlements beneath new European Union labeling guidelines.
Benjamin Netanyahu mentioned Sunday that Berlin’s KaDeWe division keep was after owned by Jews just before the Nazis seized it. He says its decision to label merchandise from Israeli communities and remove them from its cabinets is “a boycott in every respect.”
Netanyahu mentioned it was morally and traditionally unacceptable and named on the German federal government, which opposed the merchandise labeling, to act on the issue.
The EU determination to start labeling items originating in the settlements has infuriated Israel, which suggests the move is unfair and discriminatory, and has connected it to a increasing worldwide boycott movement.
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