Israel imposes 'apartheid regime' on Palestinians: U.N. report



yanshuf

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"Abartheid" and equating Israel to South Africa before the 1990's are both leftistic attempts to prepare the public opinion around the world for a new ethnic cleansing of Jews from Judea and Samaria.

The leftistics want this ethnic cleansing to be as smooth as possible, with no interferrance from the world. But they don't care if there is a massacre of Jews on the way to a Judenrein Balastine!

That's what's really behind those terms.
 
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It's funny when useless hasbara trolls refuse to adimit israeli fascism,racism,and Apartheid...maybe they don't need any evidence.....after all the zionists have openly said it exists....and they prove it every day.
 

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Two racists Trump and Netanyahu have shot themselves in the foot by banning two Democratic congresswomen from entering the West Bank.
Now the whole world will see and believe that israel has indeed imposed an Apartheid regime upon Palestinians.
 

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When I look at the West Bank I see a system of segregation and disempowerment based on ethnicity that seems ever more rigorous and permanent. What is the correct word for that?
 
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True....and the same applies to Netanyahu....who has shown he is a puppet of Trump.
 

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Of course Israel is an apartheid state:

The Jewish state maintains a system of housing segregation both in Israel and in the occupied territories.

Apart from settlements reserved for Jewish imports, in Israel itself, hundreds of communities have been established for Jewish residents on land expropriated from Palestinians, in which segregation is maintained.

Palestinian citizens are denied access to land held exclusively for the Jewish people by the state-sanctioned Jewish National Fund.

Jewish residents of the occupied territories enjoy the protections of Israeli civil law, while Palestinian are subject to the harsh provisions of military law.
Jews can come and go freely while , West Bank Palestinians are subject to arbitrary arrest and detention, and to the denial of freedom of movement; they are frequently barred from access to educational or healthcare facilities, Christian and Muslim sites for religious worship, and so on.

Palestinian citizens of Israel must contend with about 50 state laws and bills that, according to the Palestinian-Israeli human rights organization Adalah, either privilege Jews or directly discriminate against the Palestinian minority.

It is not legally possible in Israel for a Jewish citizen to marry a non-Jewish citizen. And a web of laws, regulations and military orders governing what kind of people can live in which particular spaces makes mixed marriages within the occupied territories, or across the pre-1967 border between Israel and the occupied territories, all but impossible.

Palestinians are stripped of property and rights, expelled, humiliated, punished, demolished, imprisoned and at times driven to the edge of starvation (Gaza - where Israelis have worked it out down to the last calorie).

There is no question that Israel is an apartheid state. The UN finding is neither here not there because apartheid is patently obviously employed to control Palestinians in the Jewish state of Israel.
And Netanyahu confirms the U.N. were right about israeli Apartheid....he loves to prove his far right extremism,fascism....and open racist policies.
 

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Bibi is truly a Cromwellian tyrant and a bigot.
 

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Reactions from Palestinian, Arab, and UN leaders all condemn Netanyahu's latest annexation announcement.....however, Israel's right-wing politics and rhetoric is nothing new....and is getting more fascist and extremist.
Open Apartheid policies like these have only intensified over the years...and the UN must take action.
 

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Israel rejoices that all is not lost, they have Nauru and Micronesia supporting them:

Yesterday’s resolution entitled “The right of the Palestinian people to self-determination” was opposed by Israel, the US and five Pacific island nations: the Marshall Islands, Nauru and the Federated States of Micronesia.
 

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Israel rejoices that all is not lost, they have Nauru and Micronesia supporting them:

Yesterday’s resolution entitled “The right of the Palestinian people to self-determination” was opposed by Israel, the US and five Pacific island nations: the Marshall Islands, Nauru and the Federated States of Micronesia.
Everyone knows those islands are bought.
 

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190 countries can say that the world is flat, just because the arabs still control energy resources.

That doesn't make it true, just like the fact they support a so called balastinian state, doesn't necessarily turns its fake history into reality.
 

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190 countries can say that the world is flat, just because the arabs still control energy resources.

That doesn't make it true, just like the fact they support a so called balastinian state, doesn't necessarily turns its fake history into reality.
It is 7 countries that are saying the Earth is flat (did you mean the Earth or the World :) ). Israel is leading the naysayers. 190 countries are saying that the Earth is a globe and that the Palestinian people have a right to be an independent nation based on their historical borders.
 

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Their historical borders are Jordanian.

They have never existed inside any territory as a nation.

Another attempt at falsifying history won't change the facts on the ground - there has never been such a state called "balastine", and there has never been such a people called "balastinian", ever.
 

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Their historical borders are Jordanian.

They have never existed inside any territory as a nation.

Another attempt at falsifying history won't change the facts on the ground - there has never been such a state called "balastine", and there has never been such a people called "balastinian", ever.
Apart from yourself, no one else has heard of Balestine. Is it near Nauru?
 

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Apart from yourself, no one else has heard of Balestine. Is it near Nauru?
The "Jewish People" as a unitary ethnic group was something dreamed up by the Zionists. There are two excellent books on this subject by Professor Shlomo Sand who's parents were Shoah survivors and who served in the IDF during the six day war called "The Invention of the Jewish People" and "The Invention of the Land of Israel". Both contain a lot of really fascinating information though he does draw heavily on the work of Boaz Evron (tragically I think only "Jewish State or Israeli Nation?" has been translated into English from his work, a really fascinating character though- the recent "Nation State Law" was aimed at putting the final nail in the coffin of his ideas, some of which admittedly were very silly, though not all and he was a fabulous and honest historian). If you visit Palestine you can see this clearly- the Jews are not a unitary ethnic group at all and indeed there are massive ethnic tensions as witnessed by the Ethiopian revolt earlier this year among Jews. So this is the thing.....Because "Israeli" national identity is so fragile they project that fragility unto the indigenous Palestinians, the further trouble is that there was never an Exile by the Romans outside of a ban from Jerusalem. Ten per cent of the Roman Empire was Jewish by the 3 rd century B.C- do you honestly think they all came from Palestine? The truth is that the population of Palestine, has changed since Roman times, but it has changed significantly less than that of Ireland no mind England since than. In fact even the younger David Ben Gurion wrote a book documenting this which he had suppressed after the 1929 riots of indigenous Palestinians forced off the land by Zionist colonization principally in Hebron. There is that- and then there is the genocidal trajectory of Zionism, making the indigenous a "non-people" is a step towards making them not a people by wiping them out physically. The thing is that fear and hatred of the indigenous "Other" is what holds the Jewish societies in Palestine together, take that away and what will happen will probably be a very confusing Civil War.
 


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