Palestinian BDS slams Deadlock Breaking Initiative

[ PIC 30/05/2013 – 09:48 PM ]

images_News_2013_05_30_kerry-abbas01_300_0[1]RAMALLAH, (PIC)– A Palestinian public committee denounced “Deadlock Breaking Initiative” initiated by Israeli and Palestinian businessmen to put end to political conflict that impacted their investment, describing it as a kind of ‘normalization with Israel’

Palestinian campaign of boycotts, divestment and sanctions against Israel (Palestinian BDS National Committee) called in a press release for rejecting the initiative, which involves “a new attempt to waiver the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people in return for promised billions of dollars.”

The committee stressed that the biggest beneficiary of the initiative is the Israeli state, in addition to a handful of Palestinian capitalists who put their own interests above all other national and moral considerations.

It appealed to the Palestinian people, forces and institutions to firmly confront all forms of normalization and strengthen the international boycott against Israel.

Palestinian businessman Munib al-Masri and his Israeli counterpart Yossi Vardi have launched in May 2012 Deadlock Breaking Initiative during “World Economic Forum”.

During “World Economic Forum” 2013 which took place a few days ago on the Dead Sea shores in Jordan a number of Palestinian and Israeli investors announced backing the initiative.

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