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19 februar 2006

Buy danish – but not………

To gain contracts in Middle-East countries danish firms may have signed contracts not to trade with Israel for several years.

(If danish firms have done so – which other firms from EU and the US?)

Arla – the danish dairy firm – says today – that such contracts are pure routine.

Maybe the time has come to check who you are dealing with – and who you are not dealing with.

Danish firms who may or may not have admitted to the above (see below):

(Some may be dealing with Israel anyway):

Arla: See below

Leo: Says that they trade with Israel anyway

Maybe you should check firms from your country?

Link: http://www.jp.dk/erhverv/artikel:aid=3565972/

Update: February 20. Arla says, that they have never boycotted Israel, and that they have not signed any contracts about this. They also say that they sell dried milk, butter and cheese to Israel for about 30,8 Million US$. Furthermore they say, that Arla’s trade with Israel is increasing. Arla admits, that when they trade with arab nations, they never use Israeli rawmaterials, and never do any transport via Israeli territorium.

Link about this at ARLA in danish. And in english

Arla’s business policy (our responsibility) here

AFI’s main trade partners
R.A.M. International Ltd.
Beit Ofer 5
Nahum Hafzadi Street
P.O.B. 34414
Jerusalem 91342
Att: President, Mr. Avi Hasson

10 kommentarer »

  1. […] Link: https://hodja.wordpress.com/2006/02/19/buy-danish-but-not/ […]


    Pingback af Buy danish - but not……… - Democracy Frontline - News Headlines — 19 februar 2006 @ 01:55

  2. I wonder if these dhimmi contracts are just buying time so they can get back to business as usual. I have every confidence that the Israelis will outsmart the Islamic corporate bully boys.


    Kommentar af Skylark — 19 februar 2006 @ 13:25

  3. If you wish to trade with such unstable regimes, you have to be ready to take the consequences.


    Kommentar af hodja — 19 februar 2006 @ 21:05

  4. Shouldn`t itdepend on which way the trade goes? I f Israel buys from Arla, it`s no big deal. If Arla buys from Israel, maybe it is maybe it isn`t.
    But, if I`m buying Arla Havarti because I think the muslim boycott against them is wide spread when infact it may not be then screw them.
    Problem is we need more details


    Kommentar af nick — 21 februar 2006 @ 07:16

  5. […] Hodjas blog notes a report in Jyllands-Posten in which one of the boycotted companies, Danish dairy firm Arla, admits that such agreements are “routine.” […]


    Pingback af NoisyRoom.net » The Wages of Appeasement — 21 februar 2006 @ 20:39

  6. What have danish firms done. They have not harmed or killed people. They did’nt even print the pohtos. Just one small newspaper dit.

    What is worse. Printing the photos of the propeht or sending young people in to the supermarkets blowing them selve opp and killing lots and lots of inoscnt children in the name of the prophet.


    Kommentar af gudni — 21 februar 2006 @ 21:02

  7. I would also like more details. Routine for whom? And how much do they live by those routines/contracts?


    Kommentar af hodja — 21 februar 2006 @ 21:50

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    Pingback af Agora :: We wouldn’t take your money if you paid us to do so! :: February :: 2006 — 21 februar 2006 @ 23:24

  9. Thank you for the update, its good to have clarification. I don’t like spreading dis-information!


    Kommentar af LindaSoG — 24 februar 2006 @ 02:40

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