This is from the Friends of Sabeel UK website’s Questions and Answers section:
Does Sabeel endorse an economic boycott against Israel?
A: Sabeel does not call for an economic boycott of Israel. It calls for morally responsible investment, ultimately leading to divestment from companies that profit from the Occupation, not from all Israeli companies.
And this is from Friends of Sabeel UK’s summer 2009 newletter:
The great British public is beginning to rouse itself to boycott Israeli
goods, especially those from the illegal settlements in the West Bank.
The most visible are fruit and vegetables, because we all see them on
the supermarket shelves, but there are many more, hiding behind “Made
in Israel” labels, but made in factories or grown on farms in the occupied
West Bank, on land belonging to the Palestinians
You can find out from the Gush Shalom website http://www.gush-shalom.org a very detailed list of settlement products, with a list of settlements, and a reasoned Frequently Asked Questions article, written from the perspective of Israeli Jews who oppose the Occupation.
In this country, Friends of Sabeel UK is represented on the Inter-faith Morally Responsible Investment group by Jan Davies and Tony Graham, who will gladly answer questions, both on investment issues, and boycott. The Boycott Israeli Goods and Jews for Boycotting Israeli Goods campaigns also have a website you can search for information about actions to take: http://www.bigcampaign.org. This includes other forms of boycott, such as academic, cultural and sports boycotts
This information will help you to reach a decision about what you want to do. We encourage you to take any personal action you think is right for you, to join in local and national activities, write to supermarkets and companies, and lobby your MPs. We emphasise that any boycott is to last only until the end of the Occupation. It is not aimed against the Israeli people, but against the Occupation