Asira TV Report No.2: Boycott Israeli products

16% of every Israeli product bought goes directly to support the occupation army which attacks Palestinians on a daily basis. Buying Israeli products means financially supporting the occupation.

The crew of Asira TV take to the village streets to find out whether local shops stock Israeli produce:

Asira TV reporters explaining to viewers why boycotting Israeli products is an act of resistance against the illegal occupation, and how to find out if a product is made in Israel.
Asira TV reporters explaining to viewers why boycotting Israeli products is an act of resistance against the illegal occupation, and how to find out if a product is made in Israel.

Asira TV reporters explaining to viewers why boycotting Israeli products is an act of resistance against the illegal occupation, and how to find out if a product is made in Israel.
Asira TV reporters explaining to viewers why boycotting Israeli products is an act of resistance against the illegal occupation, and how to find out if a product is made in Israel.
Asira TV reporters explaining to viewers why boycotting Israeli products is an act of resistance against the illegal occupation, and how to find out if a product is made in Israel.
Asira TV reporters explaining to viewers why boycotting Israeli products is an act of resistance against the illegal occupation, and how to find out if a product is made in Israel.
Asira TV interviewing shopkeepers in the village about Israeli products in their businesses.
Asira TV interviewing shopkeepers in the village about Israeli products in their businesses.
Asira TV interviewing shopkeepers in the village about Israeli products in their businesses.
Asira TV interviewing shopkeepers in the village about Israeli products in their businesses.
Tapuzina, Israeli fruit drink brand; the Israeli barcode starts with 729.
Tapuzina, Israeli fruit drink brand; the Israeli barcode starts with 729.
Palestinian alternative to Israeli Tapuzina; fruit drink made in Palestine.
Palestinian alternative to Israeli Tapuzina; fruit drink made in Palestine.
Asira TV reporters in the street.
Asira TV reporters in the street.

And then, selfie-time: