On 12 February 2020, the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human rights, the bureaucratic arm of the HRC, published a database on companies purportedly operating in Judea, Samaria, and east Jerusalem. The database lists 112 companies ostensibly involved in certain defined economic activities in the disputed territories. These include companies that do not actively "operate" in the disputed territories; rather, their goods and services are also sold there. The only way, therefore, for them to avoid being blacklisted would be to end operations in Israel altogether. As such, the database is essentially aimed at a full-scale boycott of Israel. Attached is an in-depth legal analysis of the database prepared by the ILF and coalition.