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    United Nations: Monitor 206 companies in Israel and America operating illegally

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    United Nations: Monitor 206 companies in Israel and America operating illegally Empty United Nations: Monitor 206 companies in Israel and America operating illegally

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    The United Nations Human Rights Office said on Wednesday it had identified 206 companies with working links to illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank.
    "Companies play a key role in supporting the creation, maintenance and expansion of Israeli settlements. This contributes to Israel's confiscation of land, facilitates the transfer of its population to the occupied Palestinian territories and participates in the exploitation of the natural resources of Palestine.
    "The headquarters of 143 of these companies are located in Israel or in the settlements, and there are 22 companies based in the United States."
    "The rest of the companies are based in 19 other countries, including Germany, the Netherlands, France and Britain," the report said, without naming the companies.
    "Israel fears that the inclusion of companies in any black list of the United Nations may target companies in the province or liquidation of investments in order to escalate pressure on their settlements, which most countries and the Uhttp://www.almaalomah.com/2018/02/01/278436/nited Nations consider illegal." Ending / 25 g
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    United Nations: Monitor 206 companies in Israel and America operating illegally Empty The United Nations deleted the 'black list' from a report on companies operating in Israel

    Post by Rocky Thu 01 Feb 2018, 3:43 am

    The United Nations deleted the 'black list' from a report on companies operating in Israel
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    The United Nations human rights group on Wednesday again postponed the publication of a controversial "blacklist" of partnerships operating in settlements in areas seized by Israel in 1967 amid intense Israeli pressure to scrap the information base.
    A report from the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said on January 26 that 206 companies were accused of working in settlements, but did not disclose their names. The report said only 64 companies had so far been contacted on the charges, which would require postponement of their names.
    "Following the continuation of the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights with 206 companies, and based on their response or non-response, the Commission expects to provide the names of the company involved in the activities recorded in a future file. Before publishing decisions about companies, UNHCR will notify the companies concerned, "the report said.
    Israel's ambassador to the United Nations, Danny Danon, condemned the publication of the report, saying he would continue to work against the publication of the list.
    "On the day when the United Nations commemorates World Holocaust Remembrance Day, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights has chosen to publish this information on several shirks operating in Israel," Danone said in a statement. "This is a disgraceful step that will be a stain on UNHCR forever. We will continue to work with our allies and use all means available to us to stop the publication of this shameful blacklist. "
    The database, which includes all the companies working with Israelis in the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, was postponed in February 2017, about a year after the UN Human Rights Council's resolution calling for its creation. It was postponed again in December.
    Israeli officials condemned the plan, saying it was a "black list" aimed at encouraging the boycott of the Jewish state. Washington also expressed concern about the database. For years, pro-Palestinian activists have been advocating a boycott of a trap that works with Israeli settlements, such as Caterpillar and the G4S .
    An official speaking on condition of anonymity earlier said the list included Israeli banks, shops, restaurant chains, bus lines and security companies, as well as international giants providing equipment or services used to build or operate the settlements.
    The only company to confirm a warning about its presence on the list is Bezeq, Israel's largest telecommunications company. The list also includes Hewlett-Packard, Motorola, and Israel Aerospace Industries.
     
    The report, released this week, includes preliminary findings critical of companies operating in areas considered by the international community to be occupied, and Israel's claim that it provides jobs for local Palestinians is insufficient.
    "This claim does not mention that the presence of settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories, illegally, weakens the Palestinian economy and reduces the chances of prosperity of Palestinian companies," the report said.
    "Human rights violations linked to the settlements are widespread and destructive, affecting all aspects of Palestinian life," the report said, citing restrictions on movement, the spearhead of education, and the land that Palestinians face in Jerusalem and the West Bank. "Companies have a central role in supporting the establishment, sustainability and expansion of Israeli settlements."
    The report also accuses Israel of encouraging companies to work in settlements by providing financial incentives.




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