The Arab [Muslim] League boycott of Israel is a systematic effort by Arab League member states to isolate Israel economically to prevent Arab states and discourage non-Arabs from providing support to Israel. In 1977, the United States Congress passed a law which fines would be levied on American companies which cooperate with the boycott. For the surveillance after the implementation of this law, an office called the “Office of Antiboycott Compliance” was opened in the United States as part of the US Department of Commerce.
Why isn’t this law being enforced against companies that are engaging in the BDS terror campaign against Israel?
As we reported a few days ago, the CEO of Coca-Cola “Palestine” has urged a boycott of Israel, and urged sanctions against Israel. Thus far, there has been no response from Coca-Cola corporate.
Further research reveals more disturbing information on Coca-Cola’s business practices, which may violate United States law. A corporate video (can be viewed here, starting at 1:15) shows the CEO of Coca-Cola Palestine noting proudly, “We must be the only bottling company in the world that has only one nationality amongst its staff. We are all Palestinian.” Anywhere else in the world, that would be considered racism. Is there no need for “diversity” in this company?
The company has an entire fact sheet devoting to distancing themselves from the Jewish state which can be read here: http://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/did-you-hear-the-one-about-coca-cola-myths-in-the-middle-east#TCCChttp://www.coca-colacompany.com/stories/did-you-hear-the-one-about-coca-cola-myths-in-the-middle-east
They make sure that Muslims worldwide know that “We can categorically confirm that Coca-Cola does not transfer funds to support armed forces in any country – not to armed forces in Israel nor anywhere else in the world. They also make sure everyone knows that they don’t operate in what they call “.. any disputed territory in Israel.”
Corporate has completed a study on Palestine Coca-Cola – http://assets.coca-colacompany.com/17/c2/8bb89053450084896fd5bf3658e7/harvard_kennedy_study.pdf – but nary a word on Israeli Coca-Cola can be found on their corporate website.
Zahi Khouri, the CEO who supports a boycott also supports J Street financially, noting that he believes that “..they are sincere about being pro-peace. And AIPAC I consider an enemy of Israel rather than a friend of Israel because they’re not helping it to achieve peace.” He then went on to advocate a divided Jerusalem and a return to Israel for Palestinian refugees. One wonders where the CEO of Coca-Cola Palestine feels that would leave the Jewish state.
More information is forthcoming shortly on Coca-Cola’s connection and the endorsement of the Palestinian Coca-Cola CEO of BDS. We urge everyone in the stock market to closely review NYSE: KO
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