There is no way to do business with settlements without participating in Israel’s crimes, report says. Read more about End all business in Israeli settlements, says Human Rights Watch
HeidelbergCement’s West Bank quarries violate basic human rights, says Danish pensions giant PFA. Read more about Danish pensions giant dumps German firm over West Bank exploitation
Stealing raw materials from the occupied West Bank involves the crime of pillage. Read more about Mexican firm distorts law to justify plunder of Palestinian resources
HeidelbergCement and Cemex are helping Israel plunder natural resources from the West Bank. Read more about German, Mexican firms blacklisted by Norway pension fund over Israeli occupation roles
A new survey of Dutch pension funds, banks and insurance companies shows that as many as one in seven have excluded companies from investment due to their involvement in the Israeli occupation. Read more about Bad news for Israel: headlines only tip of European boycott iceberg
University officials must divest from companies that profit from Israeli war crimes. Read more about Are we attending a university, or a cold, faceless corporation?
Companies involved in the extraction of natural resources from occupied Palestinian land and the Syrian Golan Heights risk prosecution for the war crime of pillage – better known as plunder. “Corporate War Crimes, Prosecuting the Pillage of Natural Resources” gives guidance to explore options to hold business representatives to account. Read more about Plunder of Palestinian natural resources is "corporate war crime," manual explains
Documentation obtained by The Electronic Intifada confirm that HeidelbergCement and Cemex, two building materials industries from Germany and Mexico, respectively, are involved in the operation of quarries in the occupied West Bank. Read more about Multinational companies mining occupied Palestinian land