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February 12, 2013 8:33 am
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Report: EU to Use Legal Loophole to Force Labeling of West Bank, Golan Products

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View of Har Homa in the West Bank. Photo: James Emery.

Ynet – Germany’s German Der Spiegel magazine claimed Monday that Israeli producers evade European Union legislation and falsely mark products made in the Golan Heights and the West Bank as “made in Israel.”

The report cited EU regulation that say that certain products, such as wine from the Golan Heights, must be marked with their exact place of production, in order to adhere with various European country’s preference not to import or sell products made in what Brussels deems as “illegal settlement.”

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  • Steve Manhattan

    perhaps Israel should just print on every item “Made by Hezbollah” and that way the EU would surely welcome all of it in.

  • E Pluribus Beagle

    Israel should expel all Germans unless they are relabeled “Nazi Germans”

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