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The following are published articles from numerous sources relating to Boutique Katom:


 
 

Israeli Settlers Use the Web to Push Back on Boycott
By Jodi Rudoren | January 21, 2014

ELI, West Bank — Among the most ardent advocates of labeling products made in Israeli settlements are Gedaliah and Elisheva Blum, American-born religious Jews raising four children high on a hilltop here, in the heart of what most of the world envisions as the future Palestinian state.

The Blums have since 2009 run a website promoting small businesses — mechanics, real estate brokers, caterers, etc. — in the settlements generally viewed as illegal under international law, and last fall they unveiled an online boutique selling settler art....more
 
 

Support Israel by buying Israeli products


The Marketplace by TheBlaze is proud to highlight the below businesses headquartered in Israel. By purchasing these products with a ‘BUYcott’ you will send a message of support to the Israeli people.

Discover some of these amazing products and join the BUYcott to support Israel!
 

 
 

Food, art, fashion and fun — homegrown and online


A look at the latest websites and apps offering settler art, chef-inspired recipes, designer products and chalkboard stickers

By Jessica Steinberg February 7, 2014
 
 

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Bringing Judea and Samaria Into Your Livingroom


Thursday, February 6th, 2014
 
 

A Stand Against Boycotts
By Lindsey Rivka Liron Cohen.


February 5, 2014
 
 

Jews of Judea and Samaria fighting boycott with website (plus video)


January 21, 2014
 

 
 

Boutique Katom Brings You The Heart & Soul Of Yesha
By Rochelle Maruch Miller | December 1, 2013


Gedaliah Blum is a man of action. Four years ago, the 33-year-old resident of Eli sat in his living room, reading the newspaper, when he came across an article reporting on the European boycott of products made in Judea and Samaria. “What I had read was intolerable,” he recalls. “I could no longer just relax and read the paper. I felt that these were immoral attacks on people...more
 

 
 

Audio: Irish4Israel Founder Speaks Up, BUYcotting Judea Products & More
Interview with writer Ruthie Blum on the negotiations, Gedaliah Blum on the "Orange" Yellow Pages, and Irish4Israel founder. November 08, 2013


On today's "Reality Bytes Radio, with Josh Hasten. Dapei Katom/Boutique Katom founder Gedaliah Blum discusses how his business directory in Judea and Samaria is helping small business owners based in Judea, Samaria, the Jordan Valley and other areas, promote and expand their reach by opening up avenues to wider audiences around the world....more
 

 
 

Grapevine: INITIATIVE HAS its own reward.

www.jpost.com October 16, 2013

When boycotts began against Israeli goods produced in the territories, American immigrants Elisheva and Gedaliah Blum realized that just as there were misguided people who in encouraging and implementing boycotts, were harming the livelihood not only of Jews but of Palestinians employed by Jews, there must be more levelheaded people...more
 

 
 

Supporting The Good Guys: Boutique Katom
www.israllycool.com Posted by: Varda Epstein October 15, 2013


For as long as I can document my family history, we took great pride in supporting Israel with our wallets. My great great grandfather built one of the first homes in pre-state Israel, a farm house in Petach Tikvah, during the Ottoman Empire. In 1914, my great grandfather paid a visit to Palestine to see his wife’s relatives and brought...more
 

 
 

The beauty of Israel as seen through the eyes of the artist in Yesha.
http://blog.eretzyisrael.org October 9, 2013


The beauty of Israel as seen through the eyes of the artist in Yesha. These stunning works capture the heart and soul of our land. From still life, to abstract conception, there is something here to please every eye....more
 

 
 

Yesha artists website
elderofziyon.blogspot.co.il  October 07, 2013


The last time I was in Israel, I spoke with a nice couple in Eli who were behind the "Orange Pages," a virtual marketplace for goods from Judea and Samaria....more