Israel has perfected Apartheid - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Steven
    • 04.01.10 | 06:36 (IST)

    Israelis are sensitive about comparisons to Apartheid South Africa and Nazi Germany. Yet, at the heart of it is the dehumanization of the other. Apartheid was horrible. I was one of the people at the receiving end of it. And yet, I don't think Apartheid touched the level of psychopathic evil (both in its "production" through propaganda and in its support by a "diaspora" or in its effects: the Apartheid State NEVER did things like Israel is/has done in Gaza.) Israelis can be as sensitive as they like; I think Gilad Atzmon correctly identified the Israelis system as the prime evil of our times. All the best!

    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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