Which group of German or Finnish citizens are you specifically referring to? Which group of German or Finnish citizens are regarded, by bent of their religious beliefs, to have lesser claim to their nation written in law?The German, Finnish, Greek, Armenian, Bulgarian and some other citizenship laws have a special preference to people of same origins, meaning it's based on jus sanguinis.
the right to exercise national self-determination in Israel is unique to the Jewish people.
This is the language of the Mandate text, written by the League of Nations which is still a binding resolution and is a jus cogens.Which group of German or Finnish citizens are you specifically referring to? Which group of German or Finnish citizens are regarded, by bent of their religious beliefs, to have lesser claim to their nation written in law?
Look closer at that poll:So kind of the useless hasbara trolls for bumping the thread.
'A new poll by Israeli Channel 10 TV revealed that deep prejudice against Palestinians, including Palestinian citizens of Israel, is still the norm amongst Israeli Jews.'
Israeli press review: New poll shows rampant racism in Israel | Middle East Eye
This law does not change a thing. Israel will still be a democracy and all citizens irrespective of religion and ethnicity will have equal rights.Israel shows off it's racism again.....and makes it's Apartheid state official to the world.
The law was passed because the "current leaders of Israel are extremists", said Sabbah, adding he hopes at one point new Israeli leaders will change the law to one that "treats all citizens of the state equally".
It's laughable when the zionists claim they are the only democracy in the middle east.
Critics call Israel | Israel News | Al Jazeera
It seems every country has their own Fintan O'Toole.Haaretz calls out Netanyahu.
Not only wrong...but more deluded hasbara rhetoric.....A democracy doesn't deny millions their civil rights, plunder their land and resources.....deprive them of independence and of a say in their future.This law does not change a thing. Israel will still be a democracy and all citizens irrespective of religion and ethnicity will have equal rights.
you need to get a life outside of the internethttps://www.scribd.com/document/342202464/Israeli-Practices-towards-the-Palestinian-People-and-the-Question-of-Apartheid#from_embed
Of course it is Apartheid but there are very significant differences between it and Apartheid in South Africa. For instance it is enforced with a far higher degree of violence and this violence is far more indiscriminate. Than there is the fact that economic opportunities are far more restrained in Israel/Palestine for Palestinians than they ever for Blacks in South Africa. Next comes the fact that the regime is far more disingenuous than the South African one- for instance within the Green Line "Arab Israeli" citizens can vote however it is an iron rule of politics that not even the supposed Left would ever dare to go into coalition with them. The so-called Palestinian Authority also has none of the autonomy that the old Bantustans had. Than of course the South African government never engaged in the type of demonizations that are now common place within contemporary Zionism and it's supporters. It also lacked their skill in propaganda and was always pretty straight forward. Added up these all amount to major differences.