Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (C) attends the weekly cabinet meeting in Jerusalem February 9, 2014. REUTERS/Sebastian Scheiner/Pool
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with three of his top ministers to discuss ways to deal with the threat of economic boycotts against Israel, media reported Monday.Israeli officials have refused to comment on the reports.The so-called BDS movement -- boycott, divestment and sanctions -- works to convince governments, businesses and celebrities to cut ties with Israeli companies active in the occupied Palestinian territories, in a bid to repeat the success of the boycott which ended apartheid in South Africa.
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