An Israeli company that sells cleaners to Palestinians in the West Bank is trying to shake off criticism from the settlers and the United Nations that it is selling goods to thieves.
The company, which also sells to settlers, has received more than $1.7 million in funding from a Jewish settler group in Israel and the U.S. in recent years.
The settlers have accused the company of helping them break into the homes of Palestinians.
The Jewish settlers’ group, which has not been named, claims it has a “special relationship” with the company.
But in a letter to a settler in the Israeli-occupied West Bank, the group wrote that it was “disappointed” that the company “continues to be a source of conflict and tension” for Palestinians.
“The company does not make products for the occupation, nor do we provide products for settlers, who have used our products against us,” the group said.
“We urge you to cancel your investment in this company,” it said.
The letter comes as a settel’s group has also called on the Israeli government to halt the distribution of its cleaning products to the West.
The settler-run group also said it is trying unsuccessfully to get a judge to halt Israel’s decision to sell a product to the settlers.
The products are sold to Palestinian businesses in the occupied West Bank.
The settlement of Qalandia is located in the southern part of the West Beit Hanun district, near the border with Israel.
The Palestinian Authority has been in power since 2005, but the Israeli settlers and their supporters have seized control of the area, and are pressing ahead with plans to build a settlement there.
In response to the settlement plans, the U