The Guardian's former chief Israel correspondent, compared Israel's Population Registry Law of 1965, which requires all residents of Israel to register their nationality, to South Africa's Apartheid-era Population Registration Act, which categorized South Africans according to racial definitions in order to determine who could live in what land. According to McGreal, the Israeli identification cards determine where people are permitted to live, affects access to some government welfare programs, and has impact on how people are likely to be treated by civil servants and policemen.
Hello user Logout | profile
You have watched of 10 articles
U.S. Senate votes overwhelmingly for tougher North Korea sanctions (Reuters)
from the article: Roger Waters calls on fellow musicians to boycott Israel