June 26, 2014

Presbyterian Church Takes a Stand on Israel

Rami Khouri, The Daily Star

The Associated Press

A significant shift in political dynamics related to the Middle East took place in Detroit last weekend where the Presbyterian Church of the United States voted to withdraw its investments in three companies that profit from sales to organizations involved in the Israeli occupation of Palestinian lands – Caterpillar, Motorola and Hewlett-Packard.

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