BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Twenty two
religious groups and charities have called on the European Union to ban
products made by Israeli settlers in the occupied territories, saying a
boycott would undercut their economic reason for staying there.
The EU is Israel's biggest trading partner but imports 15 times
more from West Bank-based Israeli settlers than from Palestinians, a
group of 22 non-governmental organisations (NGOs) said on Tuesday.
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