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Photo blog: ‘Organic’ Carmel Agrexco crops grown in the settlement of Kalia

Corporate Watch visited the fields of the illegal settlement of Kalia, a settlement kibbutz on the coast of the Dead Sea, on the 26th January 2013. Carmel-Agrexco was Israel’s main agricultural export company, exporting 70% of all fresh produce from… Continue Reading

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“Everything changes apart from the money”: Conditions for settlement workers in the Jordan Valley – January 2013 (Part One)

On February 9th a coalition of civil society groups have called for an international day of action against Israeli agricultural companies in line with the movement for boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) against Israeli militarism, apartheid and colonisation. Corporate Watch… Continue Reading

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More on Bezeq infrastructure in Israel’s illegal settlements

Corporate Watch has been asked by campaigners for information on Bezeq‘s telecommunications infrastructure in Israel’s illegal settlements. We have collected some more information. Bezeq, previously a state-owned company, has historically had a monopoloy on the telecommunications market. Since the 1990s,… Continue Reading

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Ahava blockaded for the fifth time

On Monday 21st November 2010 two campaigners locked themselves inside the Ahava Dead Sea laboratories store in Monmouth Street, Covent Garden. Ahava is an Israeli settler company, owned by the illegal settlements of Kalia and Mitzpe Shalem. The London store… Continue Reading