#24 Dellboy, Mandela called it Apartheid - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • BDS
    • 08.11.09 | 19:56 (IST)

    You seem to have forgotten the Bantustans. The Israeli equivalent is occupied Palestine. They say it's a temporary arrangement, while Israeli settlers flood in, but we all know that the Zionists will never willingly give it up, just convert it into a few Bantustans. The world refused to recognise the independence of Transkei and the rest, and they will refuse to recognise the independence of Netanyahoo's version of 'Palestine'. Mandela, Tutu, Slovo, Kasrils and others have called the Palestinian situation 'worse than Apartheid' and they are the expert witnesses.

    from the article: Israel's apartheid is worse than South Africa's
    First published 01:11 08.11.09 | Last updated 09:59 08.11.09
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