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Global coalition demands AXA divest from companies violating Palestinian rights 

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La coalición global exige que AXA desinvierta de las empresas que violan los derechos del pueblo palestino

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Following a period of campaigning, Tayside Pension Fund no longer invests local authority pension funds in Bank Hapoalim, an Israeli bank that operates and finances state infrastructure within illegal settlements upon occupied Palestinian land.

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Glasgow City Council promises supporters of Palestinian rights that it will no longer sponsor arms fairs featuring Israeli weapons manufacturers and will ensure that the city's guidelines for hosting events reflect that “Glasgow is a human rights respecting city.”

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Israel’s regime of occupation, settler-colonialism and apartheid is once again committing heinous massacres on the Palestinian people in Gaza.

Israel enjoys criminal impunity because of the direct support from governments in the North America and Europe but also from corporations that are implicated in the Israeli occupation and egregious human rights violations.

There are dozens of companies that play an active and

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Denmark's largest bank decided to blacklist Bank Hapoalim because of its involvement in the funding of settlement construction.

Danske Bank added Bank Hapoalim to its list of companies in which the company cannot invest due to its corporate accountability rules.

In an announcement posted on its website, the bank stated that Bank Hapoalim was acting against the rules of international humanitarian law.

Israeli website Walla reported on the Danish bank's decision earlier on Saturday.

The Danish bank had already decided to pull its investments from Africa Israel Investments Ltd.

February 3, 2014
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Dutch pension fund PGGM announced on the front page of its website today that it had withdrawn tens of millions of Euros worth of investments from five Israeli banks.

The fund cited the ba

Declaración BNC

EU acknowledges obligation to not recognize Israeli colonisation and annexation of occupied Palestinian territory

European Investment Bank to stop loans to ‘virtually all’ major Israeli businesses and public bodies