Ben & Jerry’s CEO and Board Wanted To Boycott ALL OF ISRAEL

And there it is.

This is straight up Jew hatred.

No other boycotts of other countries. Harvesting of organs in China, black slavery by Muslims in Mauratania, widespread vaginal mutilation under sharia, honor killing, child marriages, slavery in China, etc etc – no boycotts.

The BDS Movement is not about disputed territory in Judea and Samaria. It’s about delegitimizing and destroying the Jewish state within any boundaries. Israel and pro-Israel Americans must ensure that Ben & Jerry’s exerts a cost for this antisemitic decision. If not, other companies will support the BDS Movement in the months and years ahead.

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The BDS Movement is the 21st century version of the Nazi Movement. The Nazis seeked to destroy the Jewish people. The BDS Movement seeks to destroy the Jewish state. Watch BDS co-founder Omar Barghouti’s statements below.

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Ben & Jerry’s board wanted to boycott all of Israel

A board member for Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream stated that Unilever had overstepped its authority by pledging to remain in Israel.

By Jerusalem Post, July 21, 2021

Ben & Jerry’s Independent Board of Directors wanted to boycott Israel in its entirety, but was stopped from doing so by the ice-cream maker’s CEO and the British-based parent company Unilever.

“The statement released by Ben & Jerry’s regarding its operation in Israel and the Occupied Palestine Territory does not reflect the position of the Independent Board nor was it approved by the Independent Board,” read a statement by Ben & Jerry’s Independent Board of Directors.
It was posted on social media, including on the Twitter page of board chairwoman Anuradha Mittal.
The famous ice cream company that originated in the US state of Vermont made headlines on Monday when it announced plans to boycott “the Occupied Palestinian Territory,” generally presumed in this context to mean West Bank settlements and Jewish neighborhoods of east Jerusalem.
To achieve this goal, it plans to end its contract in December 2022 with the local Israeli franchise of Ben & Jerry’s, which has operated in the Jewish state for close to 35 years.
Unilever has clarified that it plans to continue sales to areas of Israel within the pre-1967 lines, but would do so with a different local company.
Avi Zinger, owner of the Israeli Ben & Jerry’s franchise, who always sold his ice cream on both sides of the Green Line, has for years resisted pressure by the parent company to boycott West Bank settlements.
But he ultimately has no control over the decision by Unilever, which has owned the global ice cream company since 2000.
Zinger told The Jerusalem Post he hopes the government of Israel and a persistent public campaign would sway Unilever to change its mind.
“The government of Israel cannot afford for this [the boycott] to happen,” Zinger said. “When you mix politics with ice cream, you do not know where it will stop.”
Unilever Israel has also clarified that it has no connection to the boycott call issued by the global company.

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