Skip to comments.Report: Arabs, Not Jews, Worst-Hit by EU Labeling Scheme (against “settlements”)
Posted on 06/05/2013 10:30:46 PM PDT by Olog-hai
The labeling of products made by Jews in Judea and Samaria would damage Israel, a report by the Foreign Ministry saidbut it would damage PA Arabs even more.
According to the report, some 22,500 PA Arabs are employed inside Israeli towns in Judea and Samaria. These Arabs are among the highest paid laborers in the PA. In addition, they have social rights, including health benefits and pension rights, that are usually unavailable to PA Arabs.
If the aim of the European Union is to assist PA Arabs, the report said, then the labeling of goods from Jewish-owned businesses in Judea and Samaria as being from the settlements, providing anti-Israel groups with the opportunity to conduct wide-scale boycotts, is the most counterproductive thing they can do.
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Behind the mask of high culture and enlightenment, Europe remains a continent of cruel, superstitious, paranoid tribes.
The crazy thing is that they could all be working if they would just live with the Jews and stop the fighting.
I don’t believe the Palestinians want peace at all, and are too lazy to work.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
No problem, we can just increase aid to the palestinians, instead of working simply add 22,500 to the public dole.
No worries. The boycotters will get nowhere anyway. Support the girl-cott. Buy Judah and Samarian, even if it helps Palestinians, too.
If they take the name “Palestinian” upon themselves, that’s a declaration that they do not want peace.
Actually, Arabs individually work very hard and well when given the opportunity. That’s my experience. It’s the PA that wants to criminalize working for Jooos! and buying Jooo! products; the dratted Amish don’t care if they hurt “their” people. I’ve had Arabs come up to me and practically beg me for work.
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