Please Contact The Companies
There are 545 American companies doing business in The Holy Land. Our Mission is to get all of them to sign the Holy Land Principles.
To date only one has signed up:
Oxygen Biotherapeutics, now called, Tenax Therapeutics.
However, it is important to remember it took five years to get the first American company to sign the Mac Bride Principles. Now a total of 116 American companies have signed the Mac Bride Principles.
Please keep up the pressure on the companies. Keep emailing them, and keep insisting that they sign the Holy Land Principles.
|They sign by sending a letter to Fr. Mc Manus agreeing ‘to make all lawful efforts to implement the Fair Employment Practices embodied in the Holy Land Principles in their operations in The Holy Land’ – the very same language used by companies signing the Mac Bride Principles.|
GM (June 7), Cisco and Fedex later in the fall, are the next companies where resolutions will be moved in 2016.
Urge them to sign Holy Land Principles.
Click on the links below to link to the GM, Cisco and Fedex contact pages. Scroll to the bottom and place your comments urging them to sign Holy Land Principles. Press Submit
Visit GM’s Facebook page and post your comment urging GM to sign Holy Land Principles. https://www.facebook.com/Generalmotors
Visit Cisco’s Facebook page and post your comment urging Cisco to sign Holy Land Principles. https://www.facebook.com/Cisco
Visit Fedex’s Facebook page and post your comment urging Fedex to sign Holy Land Principles. https://www.facebook.com/Fedex
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More Company Contacts
The links below contain the email addresses of the Investor Relations Contact (IRC)— the person who deals with the issue for the companies, and the names and physical addresses of the companies.
Below is a sample letter, which will help you to write your own letter.
You can email all the IRCs in the same email by Copying and Pasting the email addresses into the “ Bcc” field, entering your own email address in the “ To” field.
In that way, addresses in the “Bcc” field are not displayed when a recipient views the message.
I am writing to you because you are the Investor Relations Contact (IRC) for your Company. I urge your Company to sign the Holy Land Principles.
You already have received a copy of the letter by Fr. Sean Mc Manus – President of the Capitol Hill-based Irish National Caucus and the Holy Land Principles, Inc. — urging your CEO to sign the Holy Land Principles. Fr. Mc Manus also sent both you and your CEO his book, My American Struggle for Justice in Northern Ireland … And The Holy Land.
Furthermore, you have received a steady stream of communications from Holy Land Principles, Inc.
Therefore, neither you nor the CEO can claim ignorance of the issue. Fr. Mc Manus’ book— with all the other information— joins the Mac Bride Principles and the Holy Land Principles into one seamless robe: If Catholics in Northern Ireland deserves these Principles , surely your Company cannot argue that Palestinian Muslims and Palestinian Christians do not?
I look forward to your Company — without excuses or equivocation – signing the Holy Land Principles. Your Company “ signs ” the Holy Land Principles by sending a letter to Fr. Mc Manus agreeing ‘to make all lawful efforts to implement the Fair Employment Practices embodied in the Holy Land Principles in their operations in The Holy Land’ – the very same language used by companies signing the Mac Bride Principles.
Thank you for your attention.
YOUR NAME HERE