Mr. Laor, come to Gallil and tell me about apartheid! - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Zev Davis
    • 08.11.09 | 05:32 (IST)

    Yes, there are problems, but it ain't apartheid. In the North, there are some Jews who fear that the Arab . . . In fact, there are some Jews in Gush Dan who join the Arab cause when they protest the Judaization of the Gallil when they read about the establishment of Jewish "settlements" on the hilltops of the region, and this is within the Green Line. Perhaps there are situations where Arabs might find it hard to rent flats in Gush Dan, though I have heard that some Israeli Arab Palestinians have left the North for Tel Aviv and environs and found it quite comfortable, so . . . Can't say what this Laor dude is smokin', but as the oldtimer in Fibber McGee says it, regarding the what he writes, "That ain't the way I heerd it".

    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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