Ben and Jerry’s stop selling ice cream in the West Bank

“A blatant anti-Israel action”, “a shameful capitulation to anti-Semitism” – this is how the Israeli government condemns the decision of American ice cream maker Ben & Jerry’s. He had announced that he would no longer sell ice cream in Israeli settlement areas in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.

“We believe it is inconsistent with our values ​​for Ben & Jerry’s ice cream to be sold in the occupied Palestinian territories,” the company, owned by Britain’s Unilever Group since 2000, said on Monday.

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