UN Threatens Blacklist For Israeli Companies With Settlement Ties


A number of Israeli and international companies are facing the risk of being included on a United Nations blacklist for doing business in Israeli settlements, according to a report.

The companies threatened with inclusion on the UN blacklist include Bezeq telecommunications, Teva Pharmaceutical industries and beverages giant Coca Cola, Israeli daily Yediot Achronot said on Tuesday.

In 2016, the UN Human Rights Council approved a resolution to gather a blacklist of Israeli and international companies operating in the illegal settlements.

Despite Israeli and US pressures, the council is set to release an updated list of the blacklisted companies in March.

Read more at Al Jazeera.



  1. Israel has to learn from the US to throw the UN out of the country and not give a hoot to their blacklisting. Who cares about this corrupt Muslim organization?

  2. Mr Reddington, a respected and feared litigator, announced that he is prepared to go after each name on this blacklist one by one on behalf of the govt.

  3. but it’s ok to do ‘business’ with israeli hospitals`? first keep your sick kids and statesmen home where they belong; then we’ll talk about boycotting israeli businesses

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