The EU’s Court of Justice will deliver a judgment Tuesday in a controversial case concerning the labeling of wine from Israeli settlements in the Occupied Territories.

The Court will rule whether wine that has been produced in Israeli settlements should state as much on the label and whether requirements to do so are in line with EU law. The Israeli government fears that a decision by the EU Court of Justice that labels should indicate that products from the settlements would be forced upon all 28 EU countries and would boost the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement known as BDS, which encourages countries to boycott Israeli products in solidarity with Palestinians.

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