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Thursday, November 12, 2015

Support Jewish "West Bank" sic Businesses!!

Read more at Reutershttp://www.reuters.com/article/2015/11/11/us-israel-eu-labelling-idUSKCN0T013B20151111#BokQOFrd1yTmiOjX.99
I don't care what you say about me, as long as you say something about me, and as long as you spell my name right.
George M. Cohan
Gd willing the labeling of products made in Jewish businesses Judea/Samaria will help rather than hinder! EU moves ahead with labeling goods made in Israeli settlements. There are many people who will davka use the labeling to buy products produced here.  I hope they will put out a comprehensive list so that people will know which products are best to buy.

Thanks to the international and home-grown antisemites we can grow even greater!!


Through Torah Colored Glasses said...

Yes i agree. Israel products are not grown in contaminated water, are top quality, save lives. There is less polution, more intelligent and innovative . Everyone knows this. There will be a boom, purity is good for the economy. Moral correctness will be voted for. Prejudgement will lead to true judgement. Maybe this will be a mindopener. Vote for the mind not adamant blind.

Batya said...


Anonymous said...


THE ONLY proper response to the labeling and boycott is to declare Judea and Samaria under Israel's sovereignty, and spell out exactly why.

There are historical and legal reasons to support Israel's ownership of this land.

The government can't have it both ways. It can't claim the boycott is illegal and immoral while looking the other way when charged with "occupation," and continuing to go along with the Two States Final Solution.

I have listened to radio interviews with top Israeli officials where they respond by talking about Israel's high tech innovations and tolerance for homosexuals when accused of "occupation" - instead of citing those legal and historical facts that would expose the charge of occupation as completely bogus.

The choice is clear:

1) It's either your land and the Muslim conqueror is the occupier, or
2) You all came from Europe, don't belong in Judea and Samaria, and usurped Arab territory. And by the way, Temple Mount, Rachel's Tomb, and much more were always Palestinian. And Jesus too :-)

Many who are outraged at the boycott have been, and continue to be, silent about the facts of why the land across the Green Line belongs to the Jews.


By the way, Batya, I was going to cite Howard Grief's extensive studies on Israel's legal right to Judea and Samaria and went to the website that until a couple of years ago contained many of the historical documents backing up his conclusions, but got a BIG SURPRISE.

The site that had been maintained by journalist MARK KAPLAN, now has been taken over by a psychic! Kaplan probably failed to register ownership of the site.


As far as I can tell there is no other website with Howard Grief's work. He wrote a book, but his historical documentation and compilation of his articles need to be online.

Batya said...

Sovereignty is a good idea but won't help. Israel shouldn't cooperate with the labeling in any way and should label the made in Europe products, not that there are so many, except for wines, and our wines are fantastic.

CR said...

Not sure why labeling produce from Samaria, Jerusalem, Judea, and the Golan Heights is so controversial. Labeling is done throughout civilized Nations. Does being made from somewhere sound too provincial? Protesting being made is insulting to Zilpah and Bilhah.

If Europe's not labeling Arab produce, perhaps it's because Arabs are being identified as less cooperative, so to speak.

From a European perspective, when they insist Greater Israeli produce be labeled, perhaps those white steeds are alluding to the end days:

שמעתי שמספר החתומים היה 144,000 מכל שבטי ישראל

Made in Golan Heights
Made in Egypt and Sodom
Made in the West Bank