Knesset members from across political spectrum sign letter slamming decision to end sales in West Bank

A group of 90 Knesset (Israel Parliament) members from across the political spectrum on Wednesday sent a letter to Ben & Jerry's parent company Unilever demanding a reversal of the decision to not sell ice cream in the West Bank.

The letter, initiated by MK Meirav Ben-Ari from the Yesh Atid party, was addressed to Alan Jope, Unilever's global CEO.

The letter denounced the "shameful actions" to cease selling Ben & Jerry's products in the West Bank, referred to in the letter as Judea and Samaria, the biblical term for the region officially used by the Israeli government. The international community officially calls the territory the West Bank.... Read More: i24