The Court of Justice of the European Union has just found in favour of France’s demand that products produced by Jews in Judea and Samaria not be labelled as from "Israel", but rather as "Israeli Settlement" David Singer, in IsraelNationalNews writes:
There is no appeal from this decision.
The European Union could be in a real political bind as a result.The labelling requirements introduced by the European Union in 2011 and interpreted in 2015 has led it down this disastrous path promising only ridicule and contempt.. . . To be consistent and not be subjected to charges that it is deliberately targeting Jews and inciting Jew-hatred – the European Union needs to insist on similar stringent labelling requirements being immediately applied on goods originating from more than 150 disputed territories around the world. . . . The chickens from Judea and Samaria have come home to roost. -read Singer's full article
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