Most people I talk to here in the US agree that Israel is quite far in reality from being an aparthaid state. First, you don't have the full facts of this case. 2nd, this case deals with someone who is not an Israeli citizen, and tried to infiltrate into Israel. He is therefore not intitled to the same rights under Israeli law. Military law is different than civil law, especially if they feel he could be a terror suspect. In addition, you don't know if he resisted arrest, or acted in an agressive maner. In the future, I would hope that you are able to show some form of proof to your claims. Anyone who understands what the term aparthaid means understands, that Israel is far from it.
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