Known as Germany's deadliest weapons manufacturer, Heckler & Koch will no longer be selling guns to the Zionist entity, according to the company's most recent report.
Founded in 1949 Heckler & Koch, a major producer of handguns, military rifles and sub-machine guns, quietly adopted a new policy to make it difficult to obtain export permits from the German government.
The company quietly announced the move as a side note in its most recent annual report, stating that they will now only sell to "green countries," which they defined as being NATO-members or "NATO-equivalent" [Japan, Switzerland, Australia and New Zealand] and those that met Transparency International's corruption perceptions index and the Economist Intelligence Unit's democracy index.
While Heckler & Koch did not respond to an inquiry regarding why ‘Israel' was added to the list, the German economic ministry told The Jerusalem Post in an email that while they are aware of the media reports, "we don't comment on company trials or decisions."
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