Israeli Embassy targets ‘Enemy Territory’ in Britain on giant Map
|Brighton’s Sodastream – a shop that existed without any customers!|
|Sodastream attempted to catch on to Brighton’s green reputation – but people weren’t so easily fooled! They even called their shop ‘Ecostream’!|
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In a report Grim days mapped out for the arrival of Israeli mouthpiece Regev in
the Middle East Monitor we learn of a giant map in the Israeli Embassy, a kind of war-plan, in which ‘enemy
territory’ is staked out. Pride of place
goes to Scotland but Brighton gets an honourable mention in dispatches. The article states that:
|The mass pickets outside Sodastream convinced it that Brighton wasn’t such a good place to do apartheid business|
|John Lewis stopped selling Sodastream stuff as a result of the campaign|
hotspot on the embassy map is Brighton, where pro-Palestine activists are
well-known supporters of BDS. Back in 2012, the then settlement-based company
SodaStream failed in its attempt to open and run a flagship store – EcoStream –
in the seaside town to sell home carbonated drinks machines and accessories.
This was targeted immediately by activists from Brighton and Hove Palestine
Solidarity Campaign (PSC) who staged noisy protests every Saturday outside the
shop, running a gauntlet of Sussex area pro-Israel activists to do so.
EcoStream soon closed and its demise was followed by an announcement from one
of Britain’s biggest retail stores, the John Lewis Partnership, that it would
remove SodaStream products from its shelves.
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