KAIROS statement not completely right

In the article ("Behind the Harper government's 'principled' Israel policy," May 26), the writer claims that KAIROS has "signed onto a campaign that specifically targeted Israeli goods, services and companies that were produced in, originated from or had set up shop in the occupied territories." That's not quite true.

Published: Wednesday, 06/16/2010 12:00 am EDT

In the article ("Behind the Harper government's 'principled' Israel policy," May 26), the writer claims that KAIROS has "signed onto a campaign that specifically targeted Israeli goods, services and companies that were produced in, originated from or had set up shop in the occupied territories." That's not quite true.

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