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London, UK. 3rd December, 2018. Kate Allen, Director of Amnesty UK, and Andy Slaughter, Labour MP for Hammersmith, take a Christmas hamper of “Israeli stolen goods” including red wine, olive oil, honey, mineral water, eggs, dates, peppers, oranges and avocados to the Foreign Office to draw attention to the fact that these goods are all currently being produced in Israel’s unlawful settlements in the occupied Palestinian West Bank and to call on governments around the world to ban the importation of Israeli settlement goods. All countries have a clear obligation to ensure respect for international humanitarian law and shouldn’t recognise or assist the illegal situation that Israel’s settlement policy has created.
- 2018 Mark Kerrison
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