International Fashion stores chain, owns hundreds of offices around the world including Israel, allegedly sells jewelry with swastikas.
International fashion chain Forever 21, owns hundreds of stores around the world including Israel and is particularly popular among many Orthodox women, allegedly sells jewelry with swastikas.
This was documented on Twitter posted Shalhevet Chasdiel. she uploaded a picture of Forever 21 jewelry with swastikas.
In a conversation with "Bechadrei Charedim," Chasdiel said: "I saw it on Instagram and I was shocked. It is shocking to see the swastika in an enlightened company, jewelry marketed to the public in 2016, amended the Western world. "
She said, "This swastika is known to have been used to mark millions of Jews in the ghettos during the Holocaust. It should not be placed on jewelry, and certainly on behalf of an international company. In my opinion this it hurtful to the Jewish people and their heritage.
"I posted Twitter in order to express dissatisfaction with the hope that as many Jews as possible and other sensitive people, revolted by this issue will stand up and call to boycott the chain. what do you think?
The company's response has yet been received.