Call it apartheid if you wish, but in truth it obviously is not. - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Brian Cohen
    • 24.12.10 | 13:59 (IST)

    Most men and women these days, big and little, couldn't define "apartheid" if their lives depended on it. They simply have no idea, and therefore if the popular pro-Palestinian fad says "apartheid", then of course Big Man and little men too will simply parrot the term. Any factual check will show that Israel has no apartheid laws, no apartheid police, no apartheid separate buses or separate beaches or separate water fountains or separate anything. Of course, if you check the Palestinians you'll find the death sentence for anybody who sells a home to a Jew, and you'll find that there is no Jewish population in the Palestinian Authority, nor will there apparently be any in a future Palestinian state. Which, of course, simply begs the question about what the real "apartheid" state is....clearly the Palestinian history of racism and intolerance, coupled with their official policy of ethnically cleansing any Jews shows that Big Man is looking in the wrong direction.

    from the article: The tyranny of the Israeli majority
    First published 02:27 24.12.10 | Last updated 02:27 24.12.10
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