“End Jew Hatred” to protest Ben & Jerry’s decision in New York

A march to protest Ben & Jerry’s decision to stop selling ice cream in Judea and Samaria has been coordinated in New York by the grassroots movement End Jew Hatred and is scheduled to take place this Thursday.

The march will meet at the New York Public Library and then proceed to a Ben & Jerry’s store in Times Square.

“The illegal boycott of Ben & Jerry is the biggest act of corporate anti-Semitism since Airbnb,” read the press release from End Jew Hatred.
“The act of Ben & Jerry creates an atmosphere where hatred of Jews is legitimized and emboldens violence against Jews. Just last weekend, crowds demanding global violence against Jews took to the streets of Brooklyn “the website read, referring to the” Globalizing the Intifada “that took place in Brooklyn.

It comes after several different cities, including Hempstead on Long Island, officially announced that they would sever ties with Ben and Jerry’s and their parent company Unilever over the move.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has warned Unilever that the state will not invest any funds in the business unless they “reverse the decision to stop selling ice cream” to Judea and Samaria.

Gadi Zaig contributed to this report.

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