Screw the EU!

It even rhymes!

Economic Cooperation Pact between Italian Region and Samaria Defies EU Labeling

Shomron Council Chairman Yossi Dagan and Province of Sondrio President Luca della Briotta signing pact.

Shomron Council Chairman Yossi Dagan and Province of Sondrio President Luca della Briotta signing pact.
Photo Credit: Courtesy Shomron Regional Council

( Despite the EU’s decision to label products from the settlements in Judea and Samaria, an economic cooperation agreement has been signed Wednesday between the Valtellina valley in the Sondrio province in northern Italy and the Shomron Regional Council in Samaria, Walla reported. The signing ceremony, in the city of Sondrio, at the heart of the Valley, was attended by vintners from both regions.

Valtellina is home to 180 thousand inhabitants, the Shomron Council boasts 29 Jewish towns and villages, with an estimated 25 thousand residents. The ceremony was held by Shomron Council Chairman Yossi Dagan and Province of Sondrio President Luca della Briotta. The signing of the cooperation agreement was made possible with the mediation of the Vice-Chair of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, Dr. Fiorello Provera MEP, formerly the president of Valtellina.

“With great pleasure, We, the undersigned, Regional Directors of Valtellina and Shomron respectively, announce our agreement for bilateral relations between our two regions, which will begin immediately with the signing of this agreement,” reads the pact. “The goal of this declaration of cooperation is to promote culture, science, industry, trade, tourism, agriculture and technology between leaders in each field in ​​our communities.”

After the signing, President della Briotta said “the friendship between the region of Valtellina and Samaria has lasted a long time, and we hope that this friendship will grow stronger, and will gain ground. I am convinced that these days the world needs to cooperate, and sign covenants of peace, so that in the end we will reach a true peace.”

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The Voice of Israel in Scandinavia (VOIS) arranged an opportunity for Israel’s well wishers in Finland to light candles in honor and commemoration of those Jews slaughtered by Islamonazis from the Palestinian Authority, and Arabs residing in Israel.

NOTE: This was arranged well before the attack in Paris, and the ongoing onslaught against the Jews is 24/7.

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(Above pictures accredited to Mila Kadosh)



(Pictures by Adi Dobrin)


The art of the double standard (in regards to ill treatment of Israel) is what UN has become to be best known for.

Israel supporters to rally in Geneva against UNHRC Gaza report


Demonstrators hold signs and Israeli flags during a rally outside Israel’s Embassy in London, to show support for Israel’s military action in Gaza. (photo credit:REUTERS)

Pro-Israel activists and human rights groups plan to rally in Geneva on Monday against the presentation of a UN Human Rights Council report that day, which charges that both Israel and armed Palestinian groups may have committed war crimes in Gaza last summer.

The report was published earlier this week, but this coming Monday its coauthors, former New York Supreme Court judge Mary McGowan Davis and legal expert Doudou Diène of Senegal, plan to present the document to the UNHRC that is holding its 29th session in Geneva this month.

Opponents of the report, including the State of Israel, are upset that it appears to equate the IDF with the Hamas terrorist group. They see it as one more biased report by the UNHRC against Israel.

“We want to make it clear to the United Nations that applying double standards toward Israel, falsely portraying Israel as a serial violator of human rights or even putting the democratic State of Israel into the same category as Hamas and other terrorist organizations is not only unfair, but also does great harm to the reputation of the UN and to the protection of human rights,” World Jewish Congress CEO Robert Singer said.

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UN justice vis-a-vis Israel,  in the spirit of the US court system in the formerly segregated South.

Sen. Ted Cruz Press Office
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June 3, 2015
Sen. Cruz to U.N.: Israel Is Not a Terrorist Organization
Sends letter to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) today sent a letter to United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon regarding his outrage that the State of Israel may be added to the U.N.’s list of “parties to conflict who commit grave violations against children.”
“This designation would falsely and shamefully equate Israel with some of the most barbaric terrorist organizations around the world,” Sen. Cruz wrote. “Mr. Secretary-General, I submit that, should you determine to add more parties to your list, you should focus on those who actually exploit their own children as human shields, indoctrinate and raise their children to glorify violence and martyrdom, and target the children of others to achieve their destructive goals who should receive priority consideration, such as Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad. There is absolutely no moral equivalence between radical Islamic terrorists, who are motivated by these factors, and Israel, which is justifiably motivated solely by the defense of her people….As the largest contributor to the United Nations, Congress will have no choice but to reassess the United States’ relationship with the United Nations and consider serious consequences if you choose to take this action.”
Read the full text of the letter here and below:June 3, 2015

His Excellency Ban Ki-moon
Secretary-General of the United Nations
United Nations

First Avenue at 46th Street
New York, NY 10017Dear Mr. Secretary-General:

I write to you to convey my outrage that the State of Israel may be added to your list of “parties to conflict who commit grave violations against children.”[1] This designation would falsely and shamefully equate Israel with some of the most barbaric terrorist organizations around the world. The decision to add Israel is solely your decision to make and, therefore, is entirely in your power to prevent from taking place.

As you are well aware, this list is part of your annual report on Children and Armed Conflict.  It is my understanding that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) may be added for the alleged violations described below.  The 2014 report on Children and Armed Conflict listed more than 59 parties including terrorist organizations such as Boko Haram, Taliban, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and Al Qaeda who “recruit or use children, kill or maim children, commit rape and other forms of sexual violence against children, or engage in attacks on schools and/or hospitals in situations of armed conflict.”[2]

Such deplorable atrocities rightfully should be condemned by the United Nations. But there is absolutely no legitimate basis for adding Israel to such a list that includes parties which only represent the greatest of evil, honor death over life, and deliberately massacre women and children.  Unlike those parties on your list, Israel cherishes life and goes to extraordinary lengths to minimize civilian casualties during a conflict. In fact, Israel’s careful warfare tactics set an example for other nations to emulate, including the United States, which, according to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Martin Dempsey, recently sent a team of senior military officers over to Israel to learn more about these tactics.[3]

As the entire world observed last summer, Israel began its justified military operation in response to the kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teenagers by Hamas, two of whom were 16 years old and another 19 years old. As Israel engaged in an operation to find the Hamas terrorists responsible and bring them to justice for this heinous act, the conflict further escalated when Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad began to launch rockets and use underground tunnels deliberately targeting Israeli civilians, in an indiscriminate attempt to murder as many Israelis as possible. These terrorist groups are motivated by the stated desire to destroy Israel within any borders, not by any legitimate interest in making peace with Israel.

Acting in self-defense, Israel targeted only areas in Gaza that posed a threat and where members of Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad were located. The IDF took such steps as dropping leaflets, making announcements, placing telephone calls, and sending text messages directly to residents in Gaza to provide advance warning of an imminent attack to minimize civilian casualties. Members of Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad purposefully hid themselves and stockpiled weapons in densely populated areas including UN facilities, schools, hospitals and mosques.  They used civilians, including children, as human shields. Hamas’ main command center was located underneath the al-Shifa hospital in Gaza, which made the primary source of medical care to Gaza residents a legitimate military target if Israel’s objective was to destroy Hamas’ terrorist leadership. These terrorists even encouraged residents in Gaza to ignore the IDF warnings and remain in their homes in an attempt to use them as pawns in their ongoing propaganda war to demonize the Jewish State.  The very lives of Gaza residents are of no concern to Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad, for whom casualties are not an unintended consequence of war, but rather a deliberate objective. The United States Congress unanimously passed a resolution last year condemning their actions.[4]

Meanwhile to Israel’s northeast a civil war wages in Syria. In an action completely alien to the parties on your list, Israel has offered medical care, free of charge, to the casualties of this action.  Israeli physicians have treated and saved the lives of more than a thousand Syrians injured in that conflict, including children.  The contrast could not be more clear: Hamas and other terrorist groups exploit medical facilities as human shields to launch operations against Israel, while Israel uses theirs to provide cutting-edge medical care to people whose government’s avowed goal is to destroy the Jewish State.

Mr. Secretary-General, I submit that, should you determine to add more parties to your list, you should focus on those who actually exploit their own children as human shields, indoctrinate and raise their children to glorify violence and martyrdom, and target the children of others to achieve their destructive goals who should receive priority consideration, such as Hamas and Palestine Islamic Jihad.  There is absolutely no moral equivalence between radical Islamic terrorists, who are motivated by these factors, and Israel, which is justifiably motivated solely by the defense of her people.

Mr. Secretary-General, under no circumstances should Israel be added to your list. As the largest contributor to the United Nations, Congress will have no choice but to reassess the United States’ relationship with the United Nations and consider serious consequences if you choose to take this action.


Ted Cruz
United States Senator


This tribute to the late Robert Wistrich was first published at the Jerusalem Post and republished here with the author’s consent.

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Robert Wistrich, z”l: A Passionate Defender of the Jewish People

Manfred Gerstenfeld

Dr.Manfred GerstenfeldProfessor Robert Wistrich was the leading historian of anti-Semitism, and published important books in other fields of history as well. The combination of his intellectual depth and prolific authorship reflected his being an expert in many aspects of the anti-Semitism field. His presence was most important in an area where the number of scholars has unfortunately not caught up with the recent explosion of hatred and its mutations, from despising the Jewish religion and the Jewish people to the defamation of the Jewish State.

Robert was a spokesman and a representative of the Jewish people, roles to which he stayed fully committed. The many projects he led included a joint exhibition of the Simon Wiesenthal Center and UNESCO on “Book, People, Land – The 3,500 Year Relationship of the Jewish People With the Holy Land” A very different matter was his membership of the International Catholic-Jewish Historical Commission – established in 1999 – which reassessed Pope Pius XII’s role in the Second World War. Robert did not let his integrity become affected by pressure from Church sources, which eventually contributed to the premature suspension of the Commission’s work.

When one writes the obituary of such an outstanding intellectual, his biography and many human qualities show some aspects of his personality, and important others can be seen by focusing on some of his great analytical work.

Decades ago, I read a publication of the World Union of Jewish Students. Among the many articles written by the student authors was one which stood out by far above the rest. That was how I came across Robert’s name for the first time.

Anti-Semitism studies became a field of research thanks to the French scholar, Léon Poliakov (1910-1997), who wrote much of the fundamental works in the field. However, it required the development of a high-level institute to cover the field in greater scope, and Robert was instrumental in this endeavor. He held the Neuberger chair for Modern European and Jewish history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. When Robert took over as head of the university’s Vidal Sassoon International Center in 2002, he transformed it into a place which published a broad array of anti-Semitism scholarship, covering many countries and subjects.

Robert was not only a very skillful writer but also a sophisticated speaker. Born of Polish Jewish parents in the Soviet Union, English was not his mother tongue, but one among the languages he mastered. This and his encyclopedic knowledge allowed him to gain deep insight into various cultures.

It is impossible to review all of Robert’s works unless one writes a lengthy essay – so I will focus on some of his more recent publications. His magnum opus, A Lethal Obsession, subtitled Anti-Semitism from Antiquity to the Global Jihad, came out in 2010. Its individual chapters can be read as self-standing essays.

In this book, Robert devoted an entire chapter to “Jews against Zion”. He covered the history of Jewish self-haters, beginning with the apostates in Christian Spain after the massacres of the Jews in 1391. He referred to a statement already quoted by the turn of the 19th century Viennese playwright, Arthur Schnitzler: “Anti-Semitism did not succeed until the Jews began to sponsor it.” Extreme masochistic trends, including psychological self-flagellation, which regularly occur among Jews, probably exceed those among other cultures. Robert’s analysis, for example, of the post-war Austrian Jewish chancellor, Bruno Kreisky, a socialist whitewasher of former Nazis, was lethal.

Many scholars look away from the widespread anti-Semitism emanating from Muslim states and from parts of the Muslim population in Western countries. Despite the backlash, Robert remained outspoken when his post-9/11 essay on Muslim anti-Semitism, originally published in English, was updated and republished in German in 2011. Therein, Robert claimed that the hardcore anti-Semitism in the Arab and Muslim world is comparable only to that of Nazi Germany. Expressing such an opinion was far more than an academic judgment. It was an act of courage. Much more gentle criticism about extreme ugly phenomena in Muslim societies was already being labeled as Islamophobia. Such criticism is constantly stifled not only by Muslims but also by many “politically correct” Westerners. Robert explicitly stated that Muslim hatred for Israel and Jews is “an eliminatory anti-Semitism with a genocidal dimension”.

From Ambivalence to Betrayal: The Left, the Jews, and Israel came out in 2012. The book includes the chapter, “Great Britain: A Suitable Case for Treatment?” Robert had studied in the UK, where the British literary classics on the school’s curriculum were almost all anti-Semitic in nature. Robert’s analysis started with Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales from the late 14th century and Christopher Marlowe’s The Jew of Malta from the end of the 16th Century. He came out unequivocally against the whitewashing of the anti-Semitism of Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice.

Probably more so than anyone else, Robert has proven that anti-Semitism is not only inherent in European history but that it is an integral part of European culture. I once persuaded him to lecture at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs about the long tradition of intellectual anti-Semitism. He illustrated how each change in the social environment brings about a mutation of anti-Semitism. In Europe, Catholic anti-Semitism laid down the ideological infrastructure from which much of the demonizing of the Jews, Judaism and the Jewish people developed. From Martin Luther and Protestantism to the Enlightenment, including Voltaire, from the great German idealist philosophers, the early French socialists, to Karl Marx – many intellectuals and innovative movements gave their own “contribution” to anti-Semitism.

Robert was a passionate and tireless fighter for his ideas. A comrade-in-arms against the many ugly enemies of the Jewish people, and a man of principle, I had the privilege of last speaking with him – a lengthy, and as always, stimulating and pleasant conversation – during the recent Global Forum for Combatting Anti-Semitism, a few days before his passing. His sense of purpose remained unabated until the very end. Like all great intellectuals, he will live on through the legacy of his profound work and original thought.


Illinois passes historic anti-BDS bill, as Congress mulls similar moves

By Eugene Kontorovich May 18 at 5:47 PM

The Illinois House just joined the state’s senate in unanimously passing a  bill that would prevent the state’s pension fund from investing in companies that boycott Israel. Gov. Bruce Rauner has pledged to sign the historic “anti-BDS” bill.

The significance of the bill cannot be underestimated. European countries have in recent years been whispering dark threats in corporate ears about the “legal and economic risks” of doing business with Israeli companies. The vagueness of these warnings is a testament to their legal groundlessness. But such scare tactics could not help but affect, at the margin, corporate decision-making. Now, the EU will – if it is honest – have to warn businesses of the legal and economic risks of consciously refusing to do business with such Israeli companies.

More generally, the Illinois bill is part of a broad political revulsion over the long-simmering BDS movement (“Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions” – the strategy of economic warfare and delegitimization against Israel). While BDS has gotten most of its successes with low-hanging fruit like British academic unions and pop singers, the anti-boycott efforts are getting an enthusiastic reception in real governments, on the state and federal level. And that is because the message of the BDS movement – Israel as a uniquely villainous state – is fundamentally rejected by the vast majority of Americans.

Indeed, a wave of anti-BDS legislation is sweeping the U.S. The most high-profile so far are the bipartisan amendments to congressional bills for Trade Promotion Authority. They establish the “discourage[ing]” of boycotts as one of the U.S.’s many goals in trade negotiations with European countries.

The trade amendments do not take any definite action against boycotters. But they clearly establish that in the eyes of America, the BDS is not like the civil rights protests, as its supporters love to claim, but rather more like the anti-Jewish boycotts so common in Europe in the 20th century, and in the Arab world until this day. Indeed, two state legislatures have in recent weeks passed resolutions saying just that.

More here


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(The above – for example – are members of the Kurdish PKK faction who fought against Israel on behalf of Palestinian terrorists; Iranian backed, anti-American/western and anti-Israel. Their offshoots are YPG, YPJ, PYD, plus others. The relevance of this info will be demonstrated below…)

MILLIONS of readers of this site are aware that this investigative journalist sits on the Board of Directors of Israel’s Voice, a U.S. – based 501(c)(3) nonprofit. In fact, a highlighted commentary detailed its essence and Mission Statement –

Indeed, it is a distinct honor to be on the Board of Directors of Israel’s Voice – – continue reading here...

AN adjunct to it debuted in the run-up to PM Netanyahu’s speech before Congress on March 3, 2015: HUSSEIN Obama’s Subterfuge Via Iran’s Centrifuges: Israel’s Voice takes Charge In Washington, D.C.”

IN the interim, due to serious extenuating circumstances, it became necessary to call for the removal of the former Co-President from the Board, as well as two other Board members. A brief reference is at Israel’s Voice’s new Face Book page, as its original page was hijacked by the ousted Board. Nevertheless, please refer to the tagged post here for further edification.

IN this regard, the former (legally removed, according to nonprofit guidelines) Co-President continuously refuses to deal with reality, as such, he is misrepresenting himself as the President of Israel’s Voice’s Board! Significantly, the website of Israel’s Voice reflects the true Board and this is beyond dispute.

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Heroes of The Republic and staunch allies of our most trusted friend in the Middle East, Israel.

Black pastors urge CBC not to skip Netanyahu speech

Image: Star Parker for Freedom, YouTube

– The Washington Times – Friday, February 27, 2015

The message from a dozen prominent black pastors this week to the Congressional Black Caucus was loud and clear: Don’t skip out on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyuhu’s speech.

About two dozen House and Senate Democrats, most of them black caucus members, have said they will not attend Mr. Netanyahu’s speech Tuesday before a joint session of Congress, which one pastor described as a “slap in the face to the people of Israel.”

“The thing to me that makes no sense is why the Congressional Black Caucus has teamed up with this current administration against Israel,” said Pastor Dexter D. Sanders of the Rock Center for Transformation in Orlando, Florida.

“And yes, black caucus, I’m saying you have gone against Israel when you decide to protest the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, from coming and speaking on the behalf of the nation of Israel,” Mr. Sanders said. “That is a slap in the face to the people of Israel, and not only that, it’s a slap in the face to God. And not only that, it’s also a slap in the face of all Bible-believing African-American people in this country.”

The Christian pastors, representing churches nationwide from California to New York, delivered an often fiery defense on behalf of the speech at Thursday’s press conference at the National Press Club, organized by the Center for Urban Renewal and Education.

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A real true hero in every sense of the word.


“He took the first steps to coordinate the trip, though, when he witnessed blatantly anti-Israel demonstrations on the campus of Harvard University, where he is a full-time student.

“This past summer I was there studying,” he said. “At the same time, I saw the anti-Israeli protest in the face of the attempted indiscriminate bombardment of Israel. It was then that I decided I needed to find a way to go help however I can and however [Israel] would have me.”

Mast explained that Israel and the U.S. must be on the same side as both nations face very similar foes.”

Exclusive: Meet The Double Amputee Army Vet Who’s Leaving To Fight For Israel

“The biggest threat against America, I believe, is also the biggest threat against Israel,”

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Retired Army SSG Brian Mast served his nation for 12 years and was a member of the Joint Special Operations Command fighting in Afghanistan when his career was cut short by a catastrophic injury. Despite losing both legs, Mast lost neither his guiding values nor his warrior spirit.

While he expressed regret that he can no longer serve as a soldier in the same capacity that he once did, he has not abandoned his desire to fight for what he believes are just causes. In a recent interview with Western Journalism, Mast explained that he will be traveling to Israel on Jan. 10 to fight alongside Israeli Defense Forces soldiers as a Sar-El volunteer. He noted that his motivation for making the arduous journey is complex and deeply rooted.

“I think it can be hard to say how we initially find in our lives the causes we make important to ourselves,” he said. “Having lived in South Florida where there is a large Jewish population, having met IDF soldiers in my military travels throughout my years in service, and having grown up in a Christian home where it was always proudly touted by my parents what great allies the U.S. and Israel have been, and simply making myself aware of current and modern historical events all played a role in me wanting to find a meaningful way to show my own support for Israel in a time when so many are forgetting that you are our true friend in the region, that you are in defense of attack and not the aggressor.”

Read more. H/T: J.Hoffman



Yisrael Medad from My Right Word blog,  handles the German reporter’s (pablum filled) boiler plate anti-Israel questions well. This is how it’s done.

Published on Oct 28, 2014

(Deutsche Untertitel verfügbar!)
From Shilo with Yisrael Medad, Jewish settler in the Westbank.

Die Leseversion dieser Folge gibt’s bei Krautreporter:

Why do Israelis built settlements in the Westbank? Is Shilo located in Palestine? Is the bible, are holy books more important than laws? Why does the world think building these settlements is illegal? Is the world wrong? What does religion have to do with it? Is it peaceful in Yisraels community? Can anybody come in? Are there plans to build more? When will there be peace? How can the Israeli-Palestinian conflict be solved?

Jung & Naiv, episode 201 – produced on August 15, 2014



They understand about the jihad Israel has been facing all its existence.



Knocks it out of the park.

TINSC: ”In a world void of anti-Semitism, the war against Israel (WAR) could not exist.”

Breitbart: On Friday, an anonymous UCLA student sent Shapiro a note informing him that his speech had caused the resolution to be defeated, as someone he knew who was on the voting board confessed it was Shapiro’s speech that insured he would vote against the resolution.

Had the student voted for the resolution, it would have been a tie vote.

The text of the note follows:

Hi Mr. Shapiro,

I really hope you get this email because this will bring a smile to your face. Yesterday night the Bruins Against BDS group got together to celebrate divestment not passing at UCLA, and among the students that were there, 6 of the 7 council members who voted against it came as well, and 1 of them said something very interesting that I thought you should hear. He said, “I walked in to the meeting against it, but during the meeting I wavered a little bit, but then Ben Shapiro made his public comment and I KNEW I had to vote against it. In those 2 minutes he completely swayed me against it and I’ve watched the video of his public comment like 10 times today and told all my friends that HE is the reason I voted against this. He summarized it all so perfectly and I knew that if I was a drop in the bucket to help the BDS movement I could never live with myself.”

H/T: Finland stands with Israel



And he would be right!

The Finnish Socialists are resorting to measure from a prior time when overtly racist socialists held sway in Germany, and began their restrictive moves against the Jews.

[A TT translation]

Mika Niikko’s sweeping accusations at Social Semocrats: “Like Nazi Germany”

The True Finns MP astonished at Social Democratic bosses’ statements on Israel.

Mika Niikon mukaan lapsiuhrien suuri määrä Gazassa johtuu Hamasin häikäilemättömyydestä. – Hamas on käskenyt siviilejä pysymään taloissa, jotka Israel on ilmoittanut tuhoavansa.
Thursday 14/08/2014 at 06:00

According to Mika Niikko, a large number of child victims in the Gaza Strip is due to the ruthlessness of Hamas.  – Hamas has ordered civilians to stay in the houses Israel has announced to destroy.

– Talks of boycott is like the repetition of Nazi Germany during the early years, when anti-Semitism began with Jewish boycotts, in Member of Parliament Mika Niikko’s (ps) view.

Social Democratic Party chairman Antti Rinne said at the party’s summer meeting in Lappeenranta, that Finland and Israel arms trade should be frozen in protest against the Israeli operation in Gaza.

Social Democratic Party Vice Chairman Sanna Marin requires that the products from settlement areas coming to Finland should be immediately placed with a boycott.

– Now we need international pressure from both the EU and the USA, so Israel is willing to withdraw from the settlements, Marin says, and emphasizes her support for a two-state solution.

According to Niikko  a Hamas-led Palestinian state can not be recognized.

– The Social Democrats sow anti-Semitism under the guise of the Gaza crisis, Niikko blames.

Settlement wine in Alko (TT: State alcohol monopoly)

If the boycott demanded by Marin becomes a reality, what products would be banned?

At least the selection for red wine lovers would be narrowed: In Alko’s product catalogue can be found two bottles of wine, which is produced in the hills of the Golan.

For example, medium-bodied and herbal Yarden Pinot Noir is produced in the Katzrin-called settlements, but it is marketed as an Israeli product.

Located near the Parliament House, another of Alko’s selection of Katzrin settlement wine, can be found, Mount Hermon Red 2012..

More here at IL (in Finnish) H/T: Finland stands with Israel