An Israeli company that operates in construction, real estate, and archive services fields. It owns and operates industrial offices, rental properties, and archival facilities in several illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Villar constructs, owns, maintains, and leases industrial office buildings and rental properties in illegal Israeli settlements in the occupied West Bank, according to Who Profits. Through its archival services subsidiaries, Beit Ha'archive and The Archivists, the company also operates at least two storage facilities in the occupied West Bank.
Economic Activism Highlights
- In November 2020, San Francsico State University's student government passed a resolution calling for the university to pull out of investments in companies that do business in Israeli settlements, referencing the 112 companies linked to the illegal settlements in Palestine as listed by the United Nations.
- In October 2020, Fresno State University’s student government voted in favor of a divestment resolution calling for the university to divest from the 112 companies linked to the illegal settlements in Palestine, as listed by the United Nations.
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21 August 2022