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Growing International Isolation Against Israel Over Genocide in Gaza

There has been a growing international backlash by businesses and academia, and even in tourism, against the genocide in Gaza. The Maldive Islands (south of India) yesterday banned tourists traveling with Israeli passports, in protest over the killing in Gaza, according to The Guardian. They also established the “Maldives in Solidarity with Palestine” national fundraising campaign to help ease the suffering in Gaza.

The “Pret” chain of coffee shops in Britain canceled its plan to open 40 franchises in Israel. Israel was dis-invited to participate in the upcoming Paris weapons fair, Eurosatory. Norway’s sovereign wealth fund is investigating a divestment from Israel. In Dublin, Ireland, Trinity College has divested from Israel and several universities have cut any cooperation agreements with Israeli universities.

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