Updates from the palestinian BDS (Japan)
Following a campaign by human rights defenders, the Japanese motor giant canceled the event featuring Moto GP rising star Joe Roberts.
Following a campaign from BDS organisers in Japan and around the world, Honda pulls out of an Israeli government-sponsored motorcycle race.
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The upscale Mitsukoshi department store in the Ginza district of Tokyo has withdrawn Israeli settlement products.
JETRO staff called Palestine Forum Japan and informed them that JETRO would be withdrawing from the event
DaitoCrea, the general agent in Japan for Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories, announced on its website that they would no longer be distributing Ahava products manufactured in the Israeli illegal settlement of Mitzpe Shalem in the West Bank as of January 31, 2012, Monday said a statement issued by the Palestine forum Japan.
Ahava is an Israeli cosmetics company with a manufacturing plant in an illegal West Bank settlement, which has been the subject of an international boycott campaign since 2009 because of its illegal practices.
Ahava’s plant, visitors center and research facility are in the West