News ID: 15547
Publish Date: 01 March 2014 - 07:38
Navideshahed- Europeans are opening their eyes to the true nature of Israel as Tel Aviv pushes on with its inhumane policies against Palestinians, an analyst tells.

“Now that Israel is reaching the end of its ethnic cleansing project in Palestine by pushing Palestinians into ever smaller areas and impoverishing them even more and making their lives as miserable as possible, even some of the Europeans are waking up to what is going on,”? said Paul Larudee, from the Free Palestine Movement, in an interview with Press TV.
“Even Germany which is one of the closest friends that Israel has, has said words of criticism and as of now less than twenty percent of the German people approve of Israel,”? he underlined.
He also noted that there is a growing trend of boycotting Israeli goods and services by European companies and institutions.
“What we can say is that it has been growing and it started on a popular level, but now it is going to the larger companies which are moving away from it. The banks, the financial institutions and the governments themselves especially in places like Norway and the Netherlands are beginning to endorse, if you will, some of the boycotts,”? the analyst said.
“It certainly is growing and whether it will continue to grow is uncertain but there is every sign that when governments do not step up to do what is necessary, the people seem to be willing to do so and that is the movement that we can hope will result in the change that we need,”? Larudee noted.

“Now that Israel is reaching the end of its ethnic cleansing project in Palestine by pushing Palestinians into ever smaller areas and impoverishing them even more and making their lives as miserable as possible, even some of the Europeans are waking up to what is going on,”? said Paul Larudee, from the Free Palestine Movement, in an interview with Press TV. “Even Germany which is one of the closest friends that Israel has, has said words of criticism and as of now less than twenty percent of the German people approve of Israel,”? he underlined. He also noted that there is a growing trend of boycotting Israeli goods and services by European companies and institutions. “What we can say is that it has been growing and it started on a popular level, but now it is going to the larger companies which are moving away from it. The banks, the financial institutions and the governments themselves especially in places like Norway and the Netherlands are beginning to endorse, if you will, some of the boycotts,”? the analyst said. “It certainly is growing and whether it will continue to grow is uncertain but there is every sign that when governments do not step up to do what is necessary, the people seem to be willing to do so and that is the movement that we can hope will result in the change that we need,”? Larudee noted.
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