UN publishes human rights blacklist targeting Israeli companies

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(Worthy News) – The United Nations Human Rights Council published a blacklist of companies operating in Israeli settler areas across Judea and Samaria, eastern Jerusalem, and the Golan Heights Wednesday, accusing them of raising “particular human rights concerns.”

Only eighteen of the companies on the list were international companies such as Airbnb, Motorola, and Expedia, while ninety-four of them were Israeli companies that include a wide spread of banking and construction businesses.

Anne Herzberg, UN liaison at NGO monitor, said the list indicated that the UN had “officially decided to endorse antisemitic BDS by issuing a defamatory list of companies it claims are supposedly involved in ‘settlement activity,'” claiming it had been created “in conjunction” with anti-Israel organizations.

NGO Monitor said the 112 total companies on the list had not been given any prior notice of their presence on it before its release.

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