Norway says ‘no’ to occupation companies


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Norway has cut ties with companies that contribute to the illegal settlements in Palestine.

Oslo says that foodstuffs coming from Israeli-occupied Palestine must be labeled with the area from which the product comes and must indicate that it is from an illegal settlement if that is its source.

This includes the Golan Heights and the West Bank.

Last December, Norway’s’ sovereign wealth fund, which is worth some $1.3 trillion and owns 1.3 percent of the world’s publicly traded companies, announced it was reviewing its investments in the Israeli regime and suggested it may halt them entirely due to the involvement of the Zionist banks in businesses located in the West Bank.

This week, the Belgian city of Liege, also voted to end all ties with the Zionist Israeli regime citing its policies of “apartheid, colonization, and military occupation” against Palestinians.


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