Belgium’s Liege joins European boycott of Israel over apartheid

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The Belgian city of Liege has become the latest European city to sever ties with Israel over its treatment of Palestinians. The city council voted to suspend all relations with the Israeli authorities until they end their “apartheid, colonisation and military occupation” of Palestine.

The motion was introduced by the Belgian Workers’ Party (PTB), which accused Israel of violating the rights of the Palestinian people and international law. The motion also called for a national boycott of Israeli goods and services produced in the occupied territories and urged other cities to follow suit.

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