Berlin intervenes in International Criminal Court to back impunity for Israel.
Companies on notice that “to do business with illegal settlements is to aid in the commission of war crimes.”
Israel allows HeidelbergCement to plunder more Palestinian natural resources.
“Tech” investment fund benefits military-linked firms.
Israel faces growing difficulty finding global firms willing to help it break international law.
Macquarie confirms that it has withdrawn, along with Bombardier.
Trade union rejects participation in Jerusalem light rail.
Companies feeling pressure to end complicity in Israeli settlements.
Human rights groups warn UN against further delay in publishing settlement business database.
CAF wants to help expand Jerusalem light rail, entrenching occupation.
Campaigners jubilant as bill passes first major hurdle.
Campaigners hail “first victory on a just path.”
French insurance giant invests in Israeli arms makers and banks that build settlements.
Palestinians urge sportswear giant to end support for Israel Football Association.
Meanwhile, the French government has once again teamed up with a major Israeli settlement profiteer.
Palestinians warn Japanese motor giant it could face boycott calls for role in Israeli government-backed Moto GP event in occupied West Bank.
Human rights defenders say database of firms must be published despite political pressure.
Profits come before human rights and international law.
Names of dozens of firms involved in settlements revealed as pressure on Israel grows.
German company ignores Palestinian right to self-determination.
Firms leave Israel as UN gathers data on settlement profiteers.
HeidelbergCement tries to present illegal exploitation of land and labor as positive.
French firm holds shares in Israeli arms firm and banks that finance settlements.
Israeli settlers enjoy lawns and swimming pools while Palestinians face brutality of occupation.
Legislation backed by AIPAC aims to thwart international measures to hold Israel accountable.
Activists urge boycott of vacation rentals in West Bank settlements.
Move is part of a broader Israeli effort to paralyze Palestinian economy.
Palestinian workers say they support BDS, even if it costs jobs in the short term.
Anti-BDS efforts pushed by legislators advance in New York and Illinois.