Opråb fra PPP: Israel optages i OECD?

The Palestinian People's Party har sendt følgende opråb til befolkningerne i OECD lande:

                            We need immediate action

We call on Parliamentarians, Social figures, Political Parties, Civil Organizations, Trade Unions and others to urgently intervene with
their governments to stop Israel from joining the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development-OECD.
On May 27, 2010, OECD is going to decide the accession of Israel into the organization. 
For Israel, membership in the OECD would mean a victory of legitimacy, and rewarding violations of international law.

 All the member countries of OECD will be accomplices of the illegal Israeli occupation, since according to the European law, European countries are forbidden to recognize the Israeli occupation to the Palestinian territories.
Yet by granting Israel membership in the OECD, they will be doing exactly that.  Israel has refused to comply with the OECD demand to provide statistical data, which applies, only to the internationally recognized parts of Israel, excluding the illegal settlements in the occupied Syrian Golan Heights and the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT). OECD members will knowingly accept Israel to the organization based on deceptive statistics provided by the latter.
Statistics that conceal the occupation while simultaneously treating it as
a permanent fact. It only takes one OECD country to oppose the integration of Israel into the organization in order to block the process.
Please, send a letter of protest to the member states of the OECD , demanding to vote NO to Israel's inclusion in this economic organization.
 It only takes you a few minutes to act on this. Below you can find the list of OECD member-states and their email addresses. (Write to them):
Member States of the OCED : Current OECD member states are Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak Republic, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States.