Arab Boycott of Israel

Arab Boycott of Israel

An attempt by the Arab League to isolate the State of Israel by boycotting Israeli businesses, companies that buy from or sell to Israeli businesses and companies that ship their products through Israel. The Israeli Chamber of Commerce has stated that the boycott has hurt Israel's economy, though it nevertheless performs better than most Arab economies. The boycott became official in 1948 (following Israeli independence) and remains in effect. However, only Syria and Lebanon enforce it to any significant extent.
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Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah has criticized the Arab boycott of Israel, saying that the Bahrainis are free to visit Israel.
The hashtag comes after last week a statement from the king of Bahrain, one of the countries boycotting Qatar, condemned the Arab boycott of Israel and said that he would allow Bahrainis to visit Israel.
The King of Bahrain, Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa is said to have catagorically denounced the Arab boycott of Israel and opened the way for his subjects to visit the so called Jewish homeland.
I know, because I helped to break the Arab boycott of Israel with the reluctant leverage of the Coca-Cola Corp.
It maintains the traditional American policy against the Arab boycott of Israel, in which the US both opposed and acted against such boycotts.
And two, will it be possible to break the Arab boycott of Israel which the international oil companies have observed so far, fearing the reactions of Arab oil countries where they have bigger stakes?
The Arab boycott of Israel, Arab water security, Israel's stealing of water in occupied Arab territories, the occupied Syrian Golan Heights and Arab solidarity with Lebanon, he added.
Here we ask: 'Where is the official Arab boycott of Israel instead of Syria?
Damascus, (SANA) -- Participants at the 85th Conference of the Liaison Officers of the Arab and Regional Offices on the Boycott of Israel stressed on Thursday their commitment to the principles and rules of Arab boycott of Israel and exert economic pressure on it to abide by the international legitimacy resolutions.
1) Nancy Turck, "The Middle East: The Arab Boycott of Israel," Foreign Affairs, April 1977.
It is unclear which of the three-tier Arab boycott of Israel Leviev or Levant could fall under due to Lev Leviev's extensive network of companies registered in various countries.
In a gesture aimed mainly at giving more American companies the opportunity to do business with Kuwait, in 1993 the Kuwaiti government publicly announced abandonment of the secondary and tertiary aspects of the Arab boycott of Israel (i.

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