Any item entering the United States from another country could be
subjected to customs and levies. You should check with the United
States Customs Service if they'd charge customs in this case:
United States Customs Service
In addition, the company owning the postal boxes, and the courier
company should pay taxes for any profits they make - this will go to
the United States government. If - and I suppose this is the case -
the product would be delivered from the "third" country to the postal
box in the United States using the United States Postal Service,
they'd be paid too.
I hope this answers your question. In any case, if you're serious
about your boycot of Israel, the UK and the USA, I suggest you'd do
(1) It might be better not to use the Internet, because many sites are
somehow linked to other sites, which are American, or site on American
servers (Freedom of Speech, you know); Moreover, you might be
communicating with Americans without knowing it. Google Answers, by
the way, as Pinkfreud mentioned is an American site.
(2) But stopping using the Internet is easy, since you'd better stop
using computers altogether. Microsoft is also an American company, and
so is Intel. To make things worse, these global corporations also have
research centres in Israel and in the UK. In general, in the world of
multinational corporation, any corporation might have offices or
factories all over the world, one component comes from this corner of
the globe, the other from that.
(3) So, you've stopped using the Internet and your computer. You are
not able to read my instructions further, which is a pitty, because my
next instructions are to get rid of any food item you might have at
home and to stop drinking water. At least not anything made in Jordan.
Part of US aid to Jordan goes to irrigation systems and improving
Jordanian agriculture. Moreover, there is a cooperation agreement in
agricultural issues between Israel and Jordan.
(4) I also suggest you'd stop using Jordan's healthcare and
educational systems - both have also received US aid: " Measured on a
per capita basis, the U.S. assistance program in Jordan is among the
largest such programs in the world. " (SOURCE: Jordanian Embassy in
Washington, "The U.S. - Jordan Bilateral Relations"
<http://www.jordanembassyus.org/new/aboutjordan/uj4.shtml>). In fact,
it is on the fourth place, after Israel, Egypt and Ukraine (all have
larger population than Jordan's).