The Duty to End Israeli Apartheid

Gideon Levy
Gideon Levy
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Gideon Levy

This week I tried to explain here that the continuing occupation and its transformation from a supposedly temporary situation to a permanent one, with the erasure of the Green Line (for Jews), has created a new situation: It is no longer possible to talk about “apartheid in the territories.” The fate of more than 6 million Palestinians – Israelis, residents of East Jerusalem, the West Bank and Gaza – is decided by the Jewish government in Jerusalem and the Jewish IDF General Staff in Tel Aviv.

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