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Human Rights Watch analyses Israeli domestic law and the role of the Israeli banks in the ongoing settlement construction. With many others, HRW concludes that settlements form a warcrime and that the banks must withdraw from the settlements. At the same time HRW does not hurry in stressing its investors to take the right step.
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International financers facilitate Israel’s settlement construction through investments in Israeli banks and they profit from it. These investments are fuelling the conflict and are contradictory to the guidelines investors are supposed to adhere to: the UN Global Compact, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and OECD guidelines.
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