As a quick History lesson, Israel’s enemies attacked it. Israel fought back and pushed them back. As a matter of security, it kept territory taken during its defense. A strategy that has proven necessary. Whenever it cedes territory, its enemies move in and attack them.
Europe, which has never had a favorable view of jews, refuses to acknowledge Jewish settlements in captured territory. As a new means of expressing this dissatisfaction, the EU Court has ordered certain products made there, that are sold or marketed in the EU to be clearly identified.
“Foodstuffs originating in the territories occupied by the State of Israel must bear the indication of their territory of origin, accompanied, where those foodstuffs come from an Israeli settlement within that territory, by the indication of that provenance,” the court — the EU’s highest legal instance — said in a press release.
My European history is a bit sketchy, but what countries in Europe do not include some lands conquered? Or secured in its defense? How about Russia (recently)? Same rules? Any other nations? I don’t know the answer by I have a suspicion.
All of them or most of them, and none of them. They all have a history that includes wars and changes in ownership of a territory. None of them, except Israel, is required to mark products in a manner that would tell consumers where they came from with such specificity.
Europe thinks it has moved forward culturally or intellectually, but it’s the same discriminatory cesspool of self-important nationalists that it always was. Not that it matters. Once Islamization os complete, it will be another province in the global ummah that hates jews instead of a collection of nations that hates jews.