It still faces several hurdles before it becomes law.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also protested, saying the bill "is to support the BDS movement and harm the State of Israel". "The ongoing attacks on human rights in Palestine calls for a stronger response", said John Griffin, one of the Kinvara event organisers.
Both the Israeli Foreign Ministry and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu have criticized the Senate's bill and believe that this legislation would undermine or deter worldwide involvement or cooperation with future peace talks.
Israeli settlements are illegal under worldwide law, constituting a war crime according to the global Criminal Court.
Black said the second stage passing of the bill was "testament to the fact that this is not a radical act", describing it as "the bare minimum that should be expected of an European Union member state".
"Legislation, which promotes a boycott of any kind, should be rejected as it does nothing to achieve peace but rather empowers the Hamas terrorists as well as those Palestinians who refuse to come to the negotiating table", the Israeli Embassy in Ireland said. "On behalf of the government I am unable to agree that this bill is the way forward", Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said during the discussion that preceded the vote.
Ireland's parliament, the Seanad, will vote later on Wednesday on the landmark legislation, which has support from opposition and independent lawmakers.
The bill's passage would start "a new stage in treating the Zionist lobby as a danger the values that Europe claims to represent", the Arab Israeli party said.
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Currently, the country is importing a variety of products from illegal Israeli settlements, including fruit and vegetables, wine, plastics, big brand beauty products such as "Ahava", and others.
In the U.S. Senate, a bill doing the opposite has been proposed.
The bill only targets products made beyond the Green Line.
The UK Government has formally objected to the erasure of Khan Al-Ahmar, supporting the position of the United Nations that settlements are illegal under global law, but has been criticised by Labour for offering nothing in the way of concrete actions to back up this objection.
As such, Kittrie believes that Israel needs to do a better job in improving the country's image in Ireland.
The Israeli foreign ministry said the bill would have a negative impact on diplomatic processes and said it is monitoring the development of the bill before it responds; the Palestine Liberation Organization praised the move as "courageous". Once again, Ireland is making history and leading the way in its solidarity with the Palestinian people.
Responding, Senator Mark Daly from Fianna Fail said Ireland was out on its own when supporting a Palestinian state in 1980, when there was just 30,000 settlers in Palestinian territory - now there was almost 500,000, he said.