DEAD SEA MUD, PALESTINIAN BLOOD – Free Palestine Fortnightly Demo, THE AHAVA BOYCOTT CAMPAIGN IN THE UK, 11 December 2010
Pro-Palestinian activists blockade Ahava store in London , Jerusalem Post, November 23, 2010
Israeli settlment company Ahava shut down again, Indymedia, November 22, 2010
Fifth Blockade of Ahava Shuts the Shop for Business, ISM, November 22, 2010
The Bathrobes Brigade has contacted numerous Dutch magazines to inform them about the ugly truth of Ahava beauty products and requested that they do not advertise for this product of stolen beauty. On International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people the Bathrobes Brigade went on a mission, to inspect if the magazines listened to our urgent call.
Video of Covent Garden London Ahava Protest, Saturday, October 23, 2010, YouTube
Fortnightly Demo, Saturday, October 23, 2010, London's Covent Garden
Ahava protest, London's Covent Garden, October 9, 2010: Latest in the series of two weekly protest demos outside the Ahava shop in London, which markets so called "Israeli" goods which are in fact goods made in an illegal settlement on stolen Palestinian land with chemicals stolen from the Palestinian territory at the north western corner of the Dead Sea.. This explains Ahava's relactance to go to court against pro-Palestinian activists as they know they are involved in the illegal sale of stolen goods.
Ahava Campaign in South Africa, Saturday, October 2, 2010 Demonstration at Wellness Warehouse: On Saturday, 2 October 2010, Open Shuhada Street and the University of Cape Town Palestine Solidarity Forum protested against Wellness Warehouse demanding that they stop selling Ahava products. Ahava products are manufactured in an illegal Israeli settlement in the Occupied West Bank, yet label their products "Made in Israel". According to international law and even the Israeli Supreme Court, the West Bank is not part of Israel. Apologists for Israeli human rights abuses tried to disrupt our protest, but we succeeded in carrying out a peaceful protest and making our voices heard.
“Ahava Four” found not guilty of trespass in Israeli store, ISM London, August 10, 2010
Ahava Blockaders Finally on Their Way to Court, ISM London, August 4, 2010
Stolen Beauty Campaign Against Ahava Continues, ISM London, August 4, 2010
Demonstration on July 3, 2010 by Palestine solidarity campaigners outside the Israel Ahava shop in London's Soho district; these protests are being held every two weeks and their success has generated a regular Zionist counter demo.
June 5, 2010
Flotilla Demonstration in London"Boycott AHAVA/Stolen Goods from Stolen Land"
Demonstration on Sat. April 24 to protest sales by ULTA of Ahava cosmetics, made in an illegal settlement using materials stolen from Occupied Palestine, April 24 2010
AHAVA Boycott Action at Sephora in Marseille, April 10, 2010
Ahava protest targets Israeli settlement goods, CounterFire, April 10, 2010
YouTube: Montreal, Canada AHAVA action, March 30, 2010
Pickets against Ahava build momentum, Ism, March 27, 2010. ISM London joined Palestine solidarity activists descending on central London today for the second of an ongoing series of demonstrations against the Ahava cosmetics store. More...
Ahava London shut down on the weekend, Ism, March 14, 2010. Despite the presence of a very small Zionist counter demonstration, and some initial attempts by police to move the demonstration across the road away from the shop's entrance, a noisy presence was maintained for several hours drawing the attention of bemused passers-by and tourists from 12pm onwards. More...
Fortnightly Demonstration Outside Ahava in Central London. In response to a call for action from the popular committee of Bi'lin, a demonstration will take place every fortnight outside Ahava in Covent Garden. It is being arranged by a coalition of London based Palestine solidarity gropups, including ISM London. More...
The Dutch Stolen Beauty Bathrobe Brigade had a Valentine action on Saturday 13th of February, 2010, in the Center of Rotterdam. Despite the cold, a group of women in bathrobes with pink towels on their heads, and broken hearts in their hands, walked through the center of Rotterdam to inform people that there is NO LOVE in Ahava. Their message was not to buy any AHAVA products as Valentine gift for beloved ones, because there is NO LOVE in a company profiting from occupation.