Japan store bars wine from Golan Heights after protests

TOKYO – A major Japanese department store has removed a vendor specializing in wine from Israel’s occupied Golan Heights after protests from citizens’ groups. Daimaru store says it has withdrawn its offer for Naturael, a Tokyo-based importer specializing …
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