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Ahava Moving Factory Out of West Bank Following Israel Boycott Pressure

Seven years into the Stolen Beauty Ahava boycott campaign, Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories has announced plans to move their factory.

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GILT drops Ahava Cosmetics

Online shopping site GILT, with over nine million members, drops Ahava cosmetics made in an illegal Israeli settlement in the Occupied West Bank from its roster of products

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Abigail Disney Press Advisory

Abigail Disney: "I cannot in good conscience profit from 'plunder' or 'pillage'"

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Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly Votes to Boycott Israeli Settlement Products

Boycott Specifies Ahava Dead Sea Cosmetics and Hadiklaim Dates

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Ahava's stolen mud from the occupied Palestinian territories

June 20, 2012: A new report issued this month, researchers at Who Profits project have documented that Ahava's Israeli cosmetics company products are manufactured in the Jordan Valley Mitzpe Shalem settlement and exploit the Palestinian natural resources.  

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CAUGHT: Ahava’s Theft of Occupied Natural Resources Finally Exposed

Ahava Dead Sea Laboratories proven by documentary evidence to be in violation of international law through its theft of Palestinian resources.

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Tribunal finds American and International Business Complicit in Israeli War Crimes

US Experts and Lawyers Testified at International Tribunal and Findings Identify Legal Remedies and Call for Civil Society Boycott Action

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AHAVA boycott campaign brings out protesters and counter-protesters in Brooklyn Heights

Campaign highlights the controversy around Israeli settlement products

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CEO of Israeli Cosmetics Firm Ahava Rattled by Growing Boycott

False Claims Put Out by Company Are Refuted by ‘Stolen Beauty’ Campaign

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Bikini-clad activists to protest Israeli cosmetics at two D.C. stores

In upscale beauty shops TODAY, CODEPINK women in bikinis to protest Israeli cosmetics company: Will uncover the dirty truth of Ahava's illegal practices

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