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    • Froy
    • 04.01.10 | 17:05 (IST)

    The word is out. Even Israeli analysts call it by its name. No two situations can be identical, but you can confidently say it is apartheid "with Israeli characteristics". Everybody knows it now, but it is considered politically incorrect in our tamed mainstream media and by our cowardly politicians. But soon enough the whole world will get tired of Israel's brutal charade, and demand the same end it demanded from South Africa: one country for all its inhabitants, enjoying equal rights. The world has had enough of apartheid.

    from the article: Are Israel and apartheid South Africa really different?
    First published 01:09 04.01.10 | Last updated 13:47 04.01.10
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