Israel 365: When the Jews broke their mournful fast of Tisha B’Av on Monday, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream company responded by aligning with the haters of Zion by boycotting the Biblical heartland. Just four days later, B&J’s parent company, Unilever, dropped 6% overnight, losing $9 billion in market value, seemingly bringing about the Biblical cause and effect brought on by cursing Israel.
BEN AND JERRY: HATING THE BIBLICAL HEARTLAND
The story began last Monday when Ben and Jerry’s, a Vermont-based multinational ice cream company, announced on its website that it would no longer be selling its products in the “Occupied Palestinian Territory”.
The company’s intention was to stop sales in Judea, Samaria, and sections of Jerusalem, all of which were illegally occupied by Jordan before Israel conquered them in the defensive Six-Day War in 1967. B&J plans on making the boycott permanent when its contract expires in December 2022 with the local Israeli franchise which has operated in the Jewish state for close to 35 years. Read More