Over 12,000 individuals and 500 organisations have pledged to Boycott AXA
Last October, campaigners launched a call to boycott AXA. Now 12,000 individuals and 500+ organizations pledged to boycott AXA, and many people have cancelled their AXA insurance policies.
Every day Israel entrenches its apartheid regime over the Palestinian people - seizing more Palestinian land, demolishing more homes, tightening its cruel siege on Palestinians in the Gaza Strip, and jailing Palestinians who protest.
Complicit corporations like French insurance giant AXA play a key role in enabling Israeli repression.
If enough of us get together we can stop this shameless profiteering from Israeli apartheid. AXA invests $7 million in three Israeli banks that finance illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied Palestinian and Syrian territory (Golan Heights) through mortgages to settlers and financial services for settlement construction.
Last October, campaigners launched a call to boycott AXA until it ends its assistance to Israeli apartheid. Already 12,000 individuals and 500+ organizations have pledged to boycott AXA, and many people have cancelled their AXA insurance policies. We have surpassed our initial goal of 10,000 boycott pledges and are now asking people and organisations to take their insurance elsewhere until AXA ends its complicity in Israel's apartheid regime.
If you haven’t already, pledge now to boycott AXA
The three Israeli banks AXA invests in – Bank Leumi, Israeli Discount Bank and Mizrahi Tefahot Bank – are named in the UN database of companies involved in Israel’s illegal settlement enterprise.
Help us spread widely our pledge to boycott AXA
Israel steals Palestinian land and destroys Palestinian homes and communities to build its settlements. Without the international complicity of corporations like AXA these illegal projects would not see the light of day.
Tell AXA to protect lives, not endanger them
Many organizations and groups such as Viva Salud, Globalize Solidarity, Sabeel-Kairos UK and the Benedictine University have already signed the pledge to boycott AXA.