From 1967 through 2017, over 200 Israeli settlements were established in the West Bank (including East Jerusalem); their current population is almost 620,000. Israel’s government has long argued that the settlements are consistent with international law, and now it plans to annex them, or as supporters prefer to say, apply Israeli sovereignty to them. Airbnb, Expedia, TripAdvisor, tech giant Motorola and consumer food maker General Mills among the companies. The UN has released a list of 112 companies with activities in Israeli settlements, which are considered illegal under international law, including Airbnb, Expedia and TripAdvisor.

UN lists firms linked to illegal Israeli settlements in West Bank. Israeli officials fear the list could be used to boycott firms with ties to the Israeli settlements. List Of Companies Working With Israeli Settlements Made Public A U.N. agency released a list of more than 100 companies — including some from the …

The list included 112 business entities – 94 domiciled in Israel and 18 in six other countries – which it has reasonable grounds to conclude have ties with Israeli settlements.

The U.N. published a list of 112 companies doing business with Israeli settlements in occupied Palestinian territories.

The majority of the companies, or 143, are domiciled in Israel or the settlements, followed by 22 in the United States, it said.

About 600,000 Jews live in about 140 settlements built since Israel's occupation of the West Bank and East Jerusalem in 1967. Among the businesses on the list are a range of …

Settlements impinge on Palestinian human rights throughout the West Bank as their influence far exceeds the boundaries of the lands seized to build them: checkpoints that limit Palestinian movement are erected based on where … The Israeli settlement of Maale Adumim in the West Bank.

UN list targets firms linked to Israeli settlements The U.N. human rights office has released a long-awaited list of more than 100 companies it …

The move was cheered by the Palestinians but slammed as "shameful" by Israel, where officials fear the list could Though … The international community has long condemned Israel for both the occupation and settlements. The West Bank Jewish settlement of Mitzpe Yeriho seen from the air. The United Nations has published a database of more than one hundred companies it says are doing business in Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian territories.