Palestine Press Agency reports that a Gaza company exported 2000 pieces of clothing to Britain yesterday.
As in May, this is presumably shipped from the Ashour clothing company - located on Izzedine al-Qassam Street, Gaza City - to the British JD Williams Company.
Looking at the JD Williams site, however, one cannot find that they tell us which clothes were manufactured in Gaza. I think this is one of the sweaters but I'm not sure.
After all, Gaza manufacturers pay taxes and help legitimize the Hamas government, which ignores human rights and freedom of Gazans. Every pro-Palestinian activist should think twice before doing anything to help Hamas.
Yet for some reason Europeans (and others) are only keenly interested in knowing the origin of goods made by Jews in the historic Jewish homeland.
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