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Patagonia donated $139,000 to terror-associated charity

The company “now knows that it is part of the terror funding apparatus and must take swift action,” said the Zachor Legal Institute's Marc Greendorfer.

Photo by Sander van der Werf/Shutterstock.
Photo by Sander van der Werf/Shutterstock.

Patagonia, Inc., the U.S. outdoor clothing company with about $100 million in annual revenue, states on its website: “Earth is now our only shareholder.” But it has supported groups tied to Palestinian terrorism, according to a report in the Washington Examiner

The company’s foundation paid $139,000 to the Arizona nonprofit Alliance for Global Justice, which funds progressive causes and is linked to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and Samidoun, designated terrorist groups, the Examiner reported.

Rep. Tim Burchett (R-Tenn.) told the magazine, “I would hope Americans would stop buying their products.”

“Patagonia now knows that it is part of the terror funding apparatus and must take swift action,” Marc Greendorfer, president of Zachor Legal Institute, told the Examiner.

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