Lebanese Boycott of Israel: Purely Cosmetic

Syneron manufactures a wide range of medical equipment, including face reconstruction and anti-wrinkle instruments; laser hair removal...

By: Bassam Alkantar

Published Monday, July 30, 2012

An investigation by the Campaign to Boycott Israel Supporters in Lebanon has exposed that Israeli-made products are being widely used in the beauty and cosmetics sector in Lebanon.

Therapeutic and cosmetic laser surgery is now an integral part of a booming medical tourism industry in Lebanon. Medical and beauty centers are sought after by locals and patients from the Arabian peninsula.

But unknown to most of these patients, the Lebanese market hosts a wide variety of medical equipment originating in Israel. These banned products make their way into the Lebanese market disguised as imports from the US, Europe, and Dubai. They are marketed through distributors who have no problem getting front seats at specialized conferences organized by the Lebanese health ministry.

The issue is under investigation and scrutiny by the Campaign to Boycott Israel Supporters in Lebanon, which found that the Lebanese market has been invaded by four such Israeli companies.

Boycott campaign activist Samah Idriss told Al-Akhbar that they had been working on the case for a long time, but did not want to slander distributors of Israeli products. Instead, he had met with them to warn them about the identity of these companies which tend to conceal their primary source or that they originate in Israel.

Idriss indicated that the campaign expects that the ministries of economy and health will seriously tackle the issue. They need to conduct a comprehensive survey to discover the amount and types of Israeli products in the cosmetic medicine sector in Lebanon, and confiscate them immediately.

He said it was unfortunate that medical scientific associations welcome the sponsorship of their medical conferences by these companies. Some doctors even boast about these products on television.

Idriss said that the campaign will decide what to do next based on steps taken by Lebanese authorities, but it will not remain silent.

The most famous of these companies is Syneron. Its products are available on the Lebanese market, as confirmed by its sole agent, Medica, located in Jal el-Dib with headquarters in Dubai.

Its products are marketed under the Syneron and Candela brands, the most prominent of which are CO2RE, ePrime, eLaser, elōs Plus, eMatrix, eMotif, VelaShapeII, VelaSmooth, and Ultrashape.

Medica enjoys remarkable promotion for its Israeli products on many Lebanese stations, including MTV (Murr TV) and Sawt al-Mada radio station. The two outlets responded to a letter sent by the boycott campaign and vowed to stop broadcasting ads from the agents of such products.

Syneron was established by Shimon Eckhouse, a physicist who later specialized in medical technology. Its main headquarters are in the Yokneam Illit industrial zone in occupied Palestine, south of Haifa. It is listed on the NASDAQ stock exchange.

Eckhouse had worked in the Rafael military technology complex in Israel, before founding a wide range of Israeli medical equipment companies.

Another activist from the Campaign to Boycott Israel Supporters in Lebanon, Asad Ghsoub, described to Al-Akhbar how a delegation from the campaign visited Medica’s headquarters in mid-May. They were met by the company’s manager Elias al-Chabtini.

Chabtini explained that Medica imports Syneron products from Irvine, California to Dubai, before they are re-exported to Beirut. He told the delegation that the company was not aware of the Israeli origin of the products and that they were misled by the company’s representative in the US.

The campaign requested customs records that indicate the US origin of the products, but the company’s lawyer responded by saying that they are not obliged to provide the campaign with such documents.

Syneron manufactures a wide range of medical equipment, including face reconstruction and anti-wrinkle instruments; laser hair removal; Botox technologies; body and face liposuction; fat injection to fill wrinkles in the face, hands, and other skin blemishes; treatment of varicose veins; and hair transplants. Eckhouse also developed the Intense Pulsed Light (IPL) treatment.

In an interview with Israeli business website Globes, Eckhouse said that Israeli technology is distinguished by the desire for progress and creativity. He himself became famous for developing a home hair removal system which combines infrared light waves and radio waves.

Although the product is not available in Lebanon, it is sold in GCC countries. Saudi social networking sites are full of comments and praise about the device.

Notably, before moving to Syneron, Eckhouse had established and managed a company called Lumenis, a leader in Israeli medical technology. In 2002, Lumenis filed a lawsuit against Eckhouse and demanded a $30 million compensation, accusing him of stealing the company’s secrets and taking a large number of its clients to his new firm.

Lumenis is based in the Yokneam industrial zone. Among its most popular brands are LighSheer, UltraPulse, VersaPulse, Novus, and Selecta II.

Primary information obtained by Al-Akhbar indicated that the agent for Lumenis in Lebanon was Hajj Medical. Surprisingly, the company provided Al-Akhbar with requested import-related information.

Hajj Medical General Manager Antoine al-Hajj maintained that the company “used to import the LightSheer laser hair removal device from a US company called Coherent, which had sold the brand to Lumenis a long time ago. Hajj Medical no longer imports the product to Lebanon.”

He indicated that one of their clients had requested spare parts for LightSheer two years ago and they had imported them for him without any obstacles.

But Hajj Medical’s denial of importing new Lumenis equipment into Lebanon does not change the fact that they are still being sold on the Lebanese market. Al-Akhbar could not find the agent that currently imports them.

The third Israeli company to penetrate the Lebanese market long ago was Alma, through its Beirut-based agent, Kalium. Kalium imports the products from Alma’s US branch. It produces a range of specialized medical equipment used for aesthetic and eye surgery.

Its main headquarters are in the Caesarea Industrial Park in al-Qaisariya in occupied Palestine. Its board of directors is made up of Ziv Karni, Karen Sarid, Ronen Lazarovich and Lior Dayan.

Alma’s products were identified in a booklet which included the program for the Seventh National Congress of the Lebanese Society for Dermatologists, held under the auspices of Lebanese Health Minister Ali Hassan Khalil in Beit al-Tabib in Beirut on May 24 of this year.

The most popular products available in dermatology and aesthetic clinics in Lebanon are Harmony, Soprano, Accent, and Pixel CO2.

Alma has been sponsoring medical conferences in Lebanon for many years. Notably, this year it included the phrase “Made in the USA” on its posters, in a blatant attempt to cover up the fact that the company and its products are “Made in Israel.”

Al-Akhbar and the Campaign to Boycott Israel Supporters in Lebanon both tried to contact the company for clarifications. But all requests were denied. The Kalium employee in Beirut who answered our calls refused to provide any information on the products they imported.

The fourth Israeli company whose products are on the Lebanese market is Invasix, also based in Yokneam and with a branch in the US. Research conducted by the campaign shows that company products, most prominently Body Tite, are available in at least two Lebanese clinics.

The first is the aesthetics clinic run by Brazilian-Lebanese doctor, Toni Nassar. Its website mentions that they use the Body Tite technique.

The British website for Zenith Cosmetics Clinics says the Body Tite technique was introduced in Beirut to treat excess body fat.

The website claims that “it’s not just women in Beirut who are interested in having the procedure either. Because the technology is particularly effective in fibrotic areas like men’s love handles and gynecomastia (breasts), men in particular are reaping the rewards of the operation.”

“Dr. Ashok Maini, from Zenith Cosmetic Clinics has been training and lecturing in Beirut” and “recently gave a lecture and live demonstration at the International Society of Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ISAPS) Conference, in Beirut.”

Al-Akhbar attempted to contact several cosmetic surgeons to inquire about the use of Israeli technology and equipment. But none of those contacted replied to our repeated email queries.

In a phone conversation with Al-Akhbar, president of the Lebanese Society for Plastic, Reconstructive, and Aesthetic Surgeons Nabil Hokayem said that he abides by the decision of the head of the Beirut Order of Physicians, Sharaf Abu Sharaf, not to speak to the media for three months.

On the other hand, he promised that the association would follow up on the issue of Israeli-made aesthetic equipment in the coming period. He assured us that specialized doctors will abide by the decisions of Lebanese authorities.

For his part, the head of the Lebanese Society for Dermatologists Fouad al-Sayyid denied to Al-Akhbar that he had any knowledge of Israeli equipment or medications in Lebanon.

He referred the issue to the Order of Physicians and the health ministry who are required to control the process, pointing out that Lebanese doctors use equipment that is approved and legally available in the Lebanese market.

This article is an edited translation from the Arabic Edition.

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You BDSers are fantasists. You talk about the boycott as if it is something growing and strengthening. Are you kidding? Israel's economy is booming and its products are on the shelves in Gaza and Ramallah, out in the open, where they are preferred over inferior imports. The BDS is non-existent outside a few co-ops in liberal US cities, the urban Arab world and perhaps a few places like regions of South Africa. But Israeli products make it into Lebanon because that is the free market, which not even Stalin or Mao was able to tame.
As for your fantasies about demograhics: You think that what you cannot accomplish in the classroom, battlefield, laboratory or in debate will be accomplished by rising birthrates? Think again. The Israeli Arab birthrate plummeted once the state cut out child allowances (while the Jewish rate of births actually increased). And emigration from Gaza has brought its population from 1.5 million to 1.1 million (the UN has never stricken a single dead person or emigre from its population lists in order to get more money). And the biggest problem Israel has now is Palestinians trying to buy their way into (Jewish) West Jerusalem and out of the West Bank. In addition, 60k Arab Israelis have moved into predominately Jewish areas, where their kids go to school learning Hebrew, singing Hatikvah and even doing national service. Israeli universities are filled with Arab citizens and even Palestinians, where they dominate fields like pharmacy.
One third of the IDF is Muslim, including Beduin, Druze, Circassians, Arab volunteers and ex-Soviet emigres.
Good luck with your boycotts. We'll keep making stuff for you to buy.

"You BDSers are fantasists. You talk about the boycott as if it is something growing and strengthening. Are you kidding? Israel's economy is booming and its products are on the shelves in Gaza and Ramallah, out in the open, where they are preferred over inferior imports. The BDS is non-existent outside a few co-ops in liberal US cities, the urban Arab world and perhaps a few places like regions of South Africa. But Israeli products make it into Lebanon because that is the free market, which not even Stalin or Mao was able to tame."

I don't really care about this BDS movement and it isn't like people who use Israeli products are getting them for free and whether it is effective or not is irrelevant. The relevant question is why the Zionists expected the Palestinian people to go quietty in the wind after they were made refugees from their own land, tens of thousands them killed, hundreds of thousands of them expelled and hundreds of their villages and towns razed and then the Zionist hypocrites have the audacity to feign outrage that the Palestinians are still around and haven't given up on their homeland. Secondly, it is very hypocritical for the Zionists to mock economic boycotts, when they themselves have implemented many of them and blockades and not just of weapon items, but of basic necessities, and it was a Zionist general who mocked the people of Gaza saying, "Let them khubbayzi"!
And does using Israeli products mean grovelling to Israeli crimes against the Palestinian people? Yes boss, anything else boss?!

"As for your fantasies about demograhics: You think that what you cannot accomplish in the classroom, battlefield, laboratory or in debate will be accomplished by rising birthrates? Think again. The Israeli Arab birthrate plummeted once the state cut out child allowances (while the Jewish rate of births actually increased). And emigration from Gaza has brought its population from 1.5 million to 1.1 million (the UN has never stricken a single dead person or emigre from its population lists in order to get more money)."

These aren't my "fantasies", but the hard and bitter reality on the ground, which almost all Israeli politicians and policy-makers have been fretting about for decades, even Ben-Gurion in his time, when he rued not expelling all of the Palestinian populace, so your denial of this doesn't amount to a wing of a fly and the Palestinian majority is coming soon, so keep stewing in your rage and yes, your damn right that I think that rising birthrates will accomplish this in lieu of all the points you mentioned. One just has to look the situation in the American Southwest, which was conquered by the Americans from the Mexicans for more than a hundred years, and yet despite all the power of the American gov't, the anti-immigration policies, and the handwringing from white racists, the American Southwest, is being re-conquered by Hispanics and Mexicans without firing a bullet, and there is alot of "white flight", and the situation is even more precarious for Israel. Viva la Palestinian Reconquista!

"classroom"

The Palestinian people are among the most educated(and not just in Israeli universities) in the Arab world despite all the hardships.

"battlefield"

You can't even win the demographic battle.

"laboratory"

Please send some of the tens of billions which you have recieved in aid and reparations to Palestinian laboratories, then you can talk, and Jewish brilliance in the science field doesn't distract from the main issue, why Palestinians should give up on their homeland. Read this:
http://www.juancole.com/2012/07/dear-mr-romney-palestinians-are-poor-bec...

"or in debate"

So why have the Zionist been promoting blatant lies for decades about the Palestinians, "a land without a people for a people without a land", and lying about expelling hundreds of thousands of Palestinians. Why were they pumping out garbage like Joan Peters' book or the most ridiculous lie of all, why didn't the Palestinians accept the bogus partition plan when Ben-Gurion had no plan of going along with it?
Though this isn't surprising from a "democrat" who celebrates the drop of the Palestinian birth-rate which is still very high among "Israeli Arabs" or who lies about the Palestinian population in Gaza:

http://www.unrwa.org/etemplate.php?id=64

The Gaza Strip is home to a population of more than 1.5 million people, including 1.1 million Palestine refugees.

"And the biggest problem Israel has now is Palestinians trying to buy their way into (Jewish) West Jerusalem and out of the West Bank. In addition, 60k Arab Israelis have moved into predominately Jewish areas, where their kids go to school learning Hebrew, singing Hatikvah and even doing national service. Israeli universities are filled with Arab citizens and even Palestinians, where they dominate fields like pharmacy.
One third of the IDF is Muslim, including Beduin, Druze, Circassians, Arab volunteers and ex-Soviet emigres.
Good luck with your boycotts. We'll keep making stuff for you to buy"

The problem isn't now, but the coming years, and those "Muslims" who serve in the IDF can purchase along with yourself, a one-way ticket out of Palestine to make permanent aliyah. Maybe your Southern Sudanese allies will host you, we all now how much your kind loves those "schvartzers" as we've seen in the last few months.

Ra'jeen ya Falasteen raghm unoof al-haqideen

For your convenience, I've gathered a few more things for you to boycott:
*Intel processors (well.. all PCs in the world got an Israeli technology inside)
*heart bypass or bypass surgery - Israeli
*Disk on key - well that was invented by an Israeli company!!
*Agriculture - Israel has one of the most successful technologies in the world for every type of Agriculture, especially on deserts.
*Army goods - Israel got the best missiles defense, pilot-less air-plains and much more things that Israel does not publish..
*Microsoft windows got some Israeli code written in Israel.
*The modern Internet (The OSI Model) has been co-developed by Israeli scientists.

is that enough? there is much much more.. :)

So - if you want to boycott than BOYCOTT EVERY THING! (and get disconnect from the internet and throw away your computer..)

but, if your not filled with hate, try PEACE.. :)

yours,
Or (Nur in Arabic)

while you are boycotting medical technology, and damaging the health of your citizens to justify political means, be my guest and boycott intel processors - all developed in israel, and a great income. all mobile phone cameras, yes there is an israeli patent and royalties payed to israeli developers for each unit produced. and please go ahead and boycot israel's agricultural products, which bloom your deserts and provide food for your citizens.
go ahead and cut the shaky branch you are sitting on. i am sure it will do you a lot of good.

All in due time Said. All in due time. Bit by bit, we're tightening the noose. If the arab leaders weren't collaborators you would have felt greater effects by now. We're all aware of Intel and HP and GE (medical hardware and software) and their links to the zionist entity and we use them out of necessity. I am sure if you start manufacturing Kalshnikovs, Hezbollah would continue using them. But we'll boycott everything else that you produce.

Well eventually if you Arabs kip boycotting Israeli products and inventions you just have to go back where you really came from, that is the caves of Arabia )))

"The caves of Arabia"? That will never happen, but the massive one-way aliyah of Jews leaving Palestine will take place in the coming years.

"we use them out of necessity."

hehehe. yeah well that applies to everybody doesnt it?. the Arab leaders are collaborators out of necessity too. Qaddafi killed sadr out of necessity. the zionists took palestine out of necessity. the Shiites in Iraq collaborated with the USA out of necessity. etct etc you are just very quick to condem others but when it comes to you everything is justified "out of necessity"

huh??? There's no necessity to answer bigots of the LF like you.

Hezbeleb,I read your comment with great amusement.You mention "noose". The way I see It, the future Alawite state Dawlat Jabal Al-Alawiyina,will consist of a chunk out of Lebanon. Given the history of the brotherly love In your country ,your wishful thinking (re Israel)and realities (Lebanon-Palestinians "guests"status,private militias), will put your plans for Israel,on hold. You are about to be drowned by Influx of refugees from Syria and you'll need all the help you can get. So .by all means, be cynical but don't you dare use, In the name of honor,an Israeli patented coronary stents,water purification and any other life saving device. To deprive ppl In need from such stuff,In the name of "honor" Is as glorifying "honor killings" .No "pick and choose" my friend . You can't be half pregnant. Either you are,or not at all.
Silly you. There are Israeli commerce chambers all over the Arab world but you are too blind to see the new world.

It's on hold you say. Does your crystal ball say for how long? You don't sound so amused to tell you the truth. You realize that the zionist entity is in the worst of binds. You're so angry that you answer from a script and not to what I say. I don't boycott that which I can't boycott, that's why I said if the zionist entity produced the Klashnikov and it's the only weapon out there, Hezbollah will still use it and you know what they use it for. And what a silly statement about the stents. As if Arabs are known to ask the surgeon operating on them where the stent was manufactured. But as for water purification devices, the options are plenty. And where there's options you boycott and that's where the zionist entity suffers. I mean what can you do: patent and produce every single product in the world. Try if you can, but your military spending will have to shrink a lot. Oh wait you don't spend on that, the US does.
I can pick and choose easily. So because intel is being produced there and I have to use it (at work), then that means I have to buy Sabra brand hummus, or any other product with an obvious alternative. You see how we tighten the noose. Oh no, in your new wold everything is going swimmingly for the zionist entity. Things couldn't have been better.

Yokneam Illit AND Caesarea in occupied Palestine?
Now that is news. Something which has just been fabricated like the "resistance" to using Israeli ingenuity within the medical/technical areas.

Free import/export and freedom of movement and an open market between ALL the Middle East countries is what will led to peace and cooperation. It used to be like that, long before politics and power began to play a role.

every person has the right to boycott whatever they want for any reason they want, but they don't have the right to force other people to boycott something.

if I think that Apple treats its workers in china unfairly then I have to right to never buy Apple products and to launch an awareness campaign to convince other people to join me. but I don't have the right to prevent other people from buying Apple products if they want to.

one's freedom ends where another's freedom begins.

Lebanese women should boycott Israeli cosmetic products and stick to beauty products manufactured In Saudi Arabia.
Sounds silly? so does this waste of time of day and resources by the Lebanese gov.
I enjoy Lebanese sweets and candy and haven't chocked on It.
I visited a M.E. Arab country In 1995 and was surprised to see Israeli agriculture equipment and machinery widely used. I Inquired as to the origin of these products and the answer was "Cyprus" and "Switzerland" wink wink.
The 2 way trade Is to benefit both ppl. Only the politicians are the ones who hold us back from achieving a prosperous and just Middle East.

Btw, Lebanese grown Bananas are a hit In Israel.

The Arab-Israeli conflict is a two-way street. Trying to blame Israel for all the maladies of the Arab Middle-East is an escapist approach to reality.

Do you seriously think that Arab (or Lebanese physicians, for that matter) are unaware of the fact that many of the products, medications and technologies they acquire originate in Israel? Would you ask a Multiple Sclerosis patient not to take Copaxone just because it was developed by Teva Pharmaceuticals in Israel? Would you ask a Glaucoma patient not to be treated with sight-saving Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) just because it was developed by an Israeli company? Or avoid using memory sticks just because M-Systems (and now SanDisk) developed them in Israel?

And since one of you here mentioned "deportations"... what about the Jews deported from Arab countries - even prior to the establishment of Israel? Will the descendents of all the Jews of escaped Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Iraq, Iran, etc. be allowed back to their "homes"? Or receive reparations from the local governments - equivalent to what Arabs propose the Palestinians ought to get?

There are 6 million Jews living in Israel. They cannot and will not "disappear". The only solution is PEACE based 2-state solution (Israel and Palestine). As soon as the Palestinians (and Arabs!) let go of their silly dream to destroy Israel the sooner the really poor Palestinian refugees will have a home to return to.

This article is absurd. These devices have been available throughout the world for more than a decade. They happen to be the best technologies. They are used by millions of patients in the EU, the US and Asia. Lebanese doctors want these devices to help their patients. And these devices are not just cosmetic.

These devices are the only ones that can treat babies with disfiguring birth defects. Millions of treatments have occured. Unfortunately, Lebanese babies have difficulty getting these treatments because of politics. This is a daily event in your small country. They grow up with horrific disfigurement, especially if they are poor. The rich ones travel out of Lebanon and get the standard treatment denied to the poor Lebanese kids.

The other major point of this article other than your country's attack on its own children is this: In the rest of the world (including the Arab countries), no doctors use Lebanese technologies or medical advances because there are none. None.

If you loved your children more than you envy your enemies, you would see this. Lebanese sales are a tiny fractiona of the world. They have no impact on the economic success of these companies. This is your culture..............

And this paper is a "revolutionary paper" of the "Resistance?"

Resistance to what? Sick children?

I sure am glad that you found a true scandal to lead your paper with today: Lebanon's women need Israeli machinery to look beautiful.
Wow. Good thing the slaughter in Syria is over and the machinations of the Lebanese political elite (all of whom found a snug place in the Israeli bed at one time or other) are a thing of the past.
You are true primitives. You live in a world that glorifies Arab achievement and brilliance, trying to convince yourself that not only it exists (it does not), but that it could possibly occur without Western or Israeli help.
Do us a favor: keep up your boycotts. Israel will continue to make cutting edge technology for the Western markets, rather than low-bar Arab neighbors. Then Arabs will continue to have to import Israeli products ranging from food to medicines. Or maybe you can tell your sick to not take Teva pharmaceuticals; or tell your computers not to run on Intel products; and don't save on your Israeli-made USBs or have chats on your Israeli-made IMs.
You guys are doing just brilliantly without any help at all...

Primitive? Ahh yes, because the crimes the racist Zionist state commits against the native Palestinians on a daily basis aren't considered primitive. You could do us a favour as well: educate yourself, learn about the true history of Palestine and the bloody past of israel.

So if one uses these products, then he must march to the tune of the Zionist government in it's aggressive actions against the Arabs? And what does this have to do with the Palestinians refusing to become refugees in their own land?

"You are true primitives. You live in a world that glorifies Arab achievement and brilliance, trying to convince yourself that not only it exists (it does not), but that it could possibly occur without Western or Israeli help."

Don't worry, Arab Palestinian demographics is what will defeat the Zionists, something which enrages the Judeofascists like yourself just like you were enraged that the Palestinians didn't go quietly into the night after the Nakba. It was a brilliant plan and execution, taking over Palestine, but you won a Pyrrhic battle and will lose the war in the long run. Time to book your one-way ticket out of Palestine and make reverse aliyah and go make the desert bloom somewhere else.

Barry,

i believe there are plenty of firms developing technologies, medicines and even cosmetics, that have nothing to do with israel or zionism. Lebanon has been repeatedly destroyed by israel. only a person with no self-respect whatsoever can sell or buy israeli products in Lebanon (or elsewhere, for that matter). you can go on living with the phantasy of zionist supremacy, but since the well-deserved boycott spreads quickly, israel will collapse. and if you like to economically support people who have committed genocide-like crimes against you, your family or your country, feel free to do so.

This has been ongoing for long time. Like Calvin Kline products are widely sold in the Middle East. On them it states that they are made in countries in south east Asia, but in fact many products are made in occupied Palestinian land called settlements. They simply change the label on the products that it don't say made in Israel. i have noticed in several European countries and Asia that CK are made in Israel, and same products in Lebanon are made in Malaysia. distributor of CK in Lebanon is aware of this and only think of making money and support the occupation of Palestinian land. There are other major companies in Lebanon who deal with Israel and and their staffs visit weekly by flying via Amman and arrangements are made that they do not have Israeli stamps in their passports. Then you have Jordanian nationals as middle hands whom do the travel to Lebanon on behalf of the Israeli companies and by this they go around the system. Security apparatus in Lebanon are aware of this and turn their face away from it due to they get paid of by those traders. Palestinians sell Syrian made water pips in Palestine, Syrians simply has to ship them via Turkey to Israeli ports and they go around the system. It only don't say made in Syria or coming from there. They you have diamond smuggling from Israel into Lebanon via Jordan that is the big business, millions of USD are changing hands by this trade.

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