Sen. Rick Scott (R-Fla.) is calling on the Department of Commerce to launch an investigation into Ben & Jerry’s for banning sales in parts of Israel, arguing that the ice cream conglomerate’s boycott of the West Bank may violate the Export Administration Act.

The company announced its freeze on selling ice cream in the region in July, citing its support of Palestine — a move that sparked strong backlash from public officials.

In a letter sent to Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on Tuesday, Scott accused Ben & Jerry’s of antisemitism, asserting he believes a probe is necessary to see if the ban is in violation of the law.