Israeli Policies Constitute Crimes of Apartheid, Persecution, Human Rights Watch Finds

The prominent rights group claims that the violation of Palestinians’ rights in the territories by Israeli authorities constitute inhumane acts, a key element of the legal definition of the crime of apartheid

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Human Rights Watch issued a report on Tuesday stating that Israel is committing the crimes against humanity of apartheid and persecution in the West Bank, the Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem.

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