The "Boycott Israel"* movement has already seen great success in 2016. On Jan. 12th, the United Methodist Church in the US chose to divest from five Israeli banks implicated in Israel’s illegal “settlements,” and French telecom giant, Orange, is pulling out of Israel, effective this month.
Jump in and be part, and get your FREE pack of boycott Sticky notes, now that economic pressure on Israel is gaining so much momentum.
CJPME has printed sticky notes with a strong "Boycott Israel" warning message. Sign up here to get a FREE PACK of these boycott sticky-notes mailed to your home, or buy several packs here. Then head off to a local store to post these sticky note warnings on products.
Many Canadians are unaware of Israel’s human rights abuses, and many don’t even know when they’re buying products from Israel. These sticky-notes are designed to raise awareness about the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement and inform consumers on where their products are coming from.
To learn more about the BDS movement overall, click here. To see what Canadian stores sell Israeli products, go to CJPME's Boycott Centre.
Marking boycotted products in stores was a key step in the boycott of Apartheid South Africa – it can also be a key element in the boycott of Israel. Sign up to get your free sticky notes and do your part in stopping Israel’s human rights violations.
* The Boycott of Israel is part of a larger movement known as the international Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) movement, conceived to put economic pressure on Israel until it respects international law and the human rights of Palestinians. CJPME tends to focus on the "B" (Boycott) part of the movement, as CJPME seeks to promote aspects of the BDS movement in which the majority of Canadians can participate in support of human rights in Israel-Palestine.