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Deadly Investments

July 2017

This report reveals business dealings between some of the UK's best known banks and financial institutions, and 19 companies known to supply the Israeli military and government with weapons and technology used in the militarised repression of Palestinians, including war crimes. UK banks and financial institutions facilitate and profit from Israel's militarism, making them complicit in Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people.

Deadly Investments 2017

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