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Consumer’s boycott

The guide on how to boycott Israelis and multinational companies that benefit from the apartheid

Check the provenance of the product, we have reported israelis imported goods in pakistani shops. Products from the occupied territories should be avoided as they are most likely to be from the colonies.

Keep in mind the following  list of brands that are found in Pakistan and are directly harming Palestinians — exploiting labor, developing technology for military operations, or supplying equipment for illegal settlements:

  1. Motorola – While many of us know this brand for its stylish cellphones, did you know that it also develops and manufactures bomb fuses and missile guidance systems? Motorola components are also used in unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or “drones”) and in communications and surveillance systems used in settlements, checkpoints, and along the 490 mile apartheid wall. The US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation has launched the “Hang Up on Motorola” campaign.
  2. Intel – This technology company that manufactures computer processors and other hardware components employs thousands of Israelis and has exports from Israel totaling over $1 billion per year. They are one of Israel’s oldest foreign supporters, having established their first development center outside of the US in 1974 in Haifa. Al-Awda (the Palestinian Right to Return Coalition) has urged action against Intel for building a facility on the land of former village Iraq Al Manshiya, which was cleansed in 1949.

Reference:  http://bdsmovement.net

One Comment
  1. Please include L’Oreal in your list: http://www.bdsmovement.net/?q=node/231

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