A reverse boycott?
ISRAELI RIGHT-WINGERS are expected to start boycotting businesses that steer clear of settlements after new legislation has forced companies to state clearly if their standard delivery and technical services are unavailable to Jews who live beyond the Green Line.
Shuli Mualem of the Jewish Home party said she initiated the amendment because settlers were being “treated like second-class citizens” and told that such services cannot be provided to them.
Settlers will be able to demand £2,000 in compensation if companies have restrictions on services to settlements that are not clearly outlined.
The amendment gives the same rights to residents of remote Israeli communities and Arab towns, causing some left-wing MKs to support it.