BDS movement in Europe threatens Israel’s economic security

BDS movement activists in Europe have threatened to disrupt the country’s economy if the European Union doesn’t change its anti-boycott laws and make the boycott of Israel illegal.

In a statement, the BDS movement said the “European Union is an enemy of the Palestinian people, and an instrument of colonial and racist regimes that exploit, oppress and exploit them.

This is the case regardless of the European Commission’s policy towards the Jewish state.

It has no legitimacy to negotiate with a hostile government.”

The statement, published on Thursday by the European BDS Alliance, said: “The European Union is the most powerful political force in the world.

It’s also the biggest sponsor of terrorism against the Palestinian peoples.

The EU has a history of delegitimizing and oppressing the Palestinian cause.

Its support for Israel is not only an obstacle to the Palestinian state but also its most dangerous policy.

The European Union needs to rethink its policies, and its actions, to ensure that it never again creates an atmosphere of hostility towards Israel and its citizens.”

The BDS movement is based in Israel and is a broad-based campaign that seeks to pressure governments and business leaders to boycott Israel and to impose economic sanctions on its businesses.

The campaign includes boycotts and divestment from companies involved in the occupation of the West Bank and Gaza.

In October, the European Parliament passed a resolution calling for boycotts against Israeli products and companies and for divestment of companies that are complicit in human rights violations in the West.

The EU is among a number of nations that have signed the Palestinian Authority’s call for boycott of Israeli products, which was backed by the U.S.A. The U.N. General Assembly adopted a resolution in October calling on states to join the boycott and divestiture campaigns.

But it was not until November that the European Council adopted a more explicit statement that it opposed boycotts.EU diplomats say the EU’s position is “a direct challenge to the European policy on Palestine,” saying that if the EU doesn’t enforce its boycott law, “we could lose the support of the public.”

They also say that if EU leaders don’t agree to the boycott, “the boycott could be illegal, and that would have devastating consequences for the EU economy.”

Israel has said that the EU boycott is illegal because it has failed to comply with its own anti-Boycott resolutions, which require the EU to apply sanctions in all cases, including on its own companies.EU officials have been warning that the BDS campaign could cause the EU and the U, along with other Western countries, to be accused of “anti-Semitism” and that they could also be sanctioned by the United Nations.