On Tuesday, the Zionist regime blasted Iceland for the boycott of its products by country’s capital city council over the Jewish occupation of Palestinian territories, describing it as a volcano of hatred.
“A volcano of hatred is erupting in Reykjavik city council. Without any reason and justification beside pure hatred, calls are being issued to boycott the state of Israel,” whined Jewish foreign ministry spokesperson Emmanuel Nahshon.
The European Union has called for the boycott of Jewish products produced in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem. The United Nations calls Jewish settlements illegal in the Palestinian territories occupied by Israel in June 1967, formerly administered by Jordanian ‘royals’.
On Friday, the LA-based Jewish lobby group, Simon Wiesenthal Center issued a travelling warning for Jews wishing to visit Reykjavik. Rabbi Abraham Cooper, the head of the group said that while Iceland was a popular destination with Jews and Israelis, “when the elected leaders of its main city passes an extreme anti-Israel and antisemitic law, we would caution any member of Jewish community about travelling there.”
I wonder if the good rabbi knows that the First Lady of Iceland, Dorrit Moussaieff is an Israeli Jew.
On Friday, European Jewish Congress announced that it’s mulling taking legal action against Reykjavik city council.
The Jewish Lobby is already pissed off over Icelanders opening their doors for Syrian refugees.
Last year, nearly 700,000 tourists visited Iceland and contributed to over 25% of country’s export. The Israeli tourists make less than 1% of country’s tourism industry. The Jewish population of Iceland is less than 100.
Sadly, the great majority of Palestinians and their supporters don’t realize that the BDS movement only calls for the boycott of goods produced by Israelis and Jew settlers in the West Bank and East Jerusalem and not the ones produced in the Zionist entity built over 78% of historic Muslim Palestine (here, here, and here).