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Israel: The worst apartheid in modern history

 
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The worst apartheid in modern history
Palestinians not only endure a crushing occupation; Israel's apartheid system makes them pay for it as well, writes Mustafa Barghouthi

Frederick Douglass, the American orator, writer and social reformer who had escaped from slavery, wrote: "Knowledge makes a man unfit to be a slave."

What we need to do in Palestine is to develop a better knowledge and understanding of the system of slavery that Israel created, and that some of us do not see, whether out of ignorance, out of fear, or out of a sense of impotence in the face of this reality.

Modern history offers no equivalent to the perniciousness and repressiveness of the racist apartheid system. In the course of seven decades, official Israeli policy built itself on the cumulative products of three processes. The first was the ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people, which reached its peak in 1948. The second was the longest foreign occupation in history. The third was the apartheid system that is more brutal than that which had existed in South Africa, to which testify the South African freedom fighters that visited us, such as Desmond Tutu.

Not only did Israel create what today amounts to six million Palestinian refugees who are deprived of the right to return, since 1948 it strove to deprive the Palestinians who remained in what became Israel of their land and to turn them into a source of cheap labour that remained under the thumb of military rule until 1966. Following the 1967 war, military rule moved to the West Bank, Gaza and Jerusalem, where military authorities set into motion a drive to steal Palestinian land, expropriate natural resources and deprive the occupied people of essential needs for subsistence.

Today, Israel controls 90 per cent of the water in the West Bank. It allows illegal settlements to consume 2,400 cubic metres of water per person per year, compared to less than 50 cubic metres of water per year per person for Palestinians. In other words, Israeli settlers are entitled to 48 times more water than Palestinians in the West Bank.

To add insult to injury, Israel forces the Palestinians to pay twice as much as Israelis do for the water and electricity they consume.

Consider, too, that per capita income in Israel is $32,000, as compared to less than $1,500 for Palestinians. Nevertheless, thanks to the Oslo Accords, the Paris Protocol on Economic Relations and the unified customs system, the Palestinians are forced to pay the same prices for goods as the average Israeli who earns 20 times more than they do.

Even at the height of the Jim Crow laws in the US and the apartheid system in South Africa there was nothing like the Israeli road system in the West Bank where many main roads are reserved for Israelis only. Palestinians have to take the long and rugged side roads while Israelis speed to their destinations on the smooth and well-paved highways made for them alone. Moreover, the Wadi Al-Nar road, which is meant for Palestinians and which was recently repaved with the assistance of USAID, suffers a chronic traffic jam at the checkpoint that Palestinians from the northern and central West Bank have to pass through on the way to the southern West Bank, and that the Israeli army can close off at whim should Israeli authorities deem it expedient to sever the West Bank into two.

Conditions are worse for the people of Gaza who have been the object of a six-year long inhuman campaign of collective punishment. In Gaza, water resources are running out and growing contaminated and unfit for human consumption, and frequent and long-lasting electricity cut-offs aggravate the hazards to health and compound the strains caused by shortages in basic needs for subsistence.

But perhaps one of the most telling features of the Israeli apartheid system is Qalqiliya. This city of 45,000 people is surrounded by a wall that is twice the height of the Berlin Wall. It has a single eight-metre wide entrance controlled by an Israeli-manned checkpoint that the army can close off just as any prison warden shuts the doors on the prison's inmates. Nor is this the only Palestinian town that has been turned into a jail; there are dozens of other towns and villages like it.

The situation in Susiya, a village in the area of Yata in the southern part of the West Bank, is particularly grim these days. The residents of this village, like those in seven other villages, had just been notified that their homes, primary school and their clinic, which is operated by the Palestinian Medical Relief agency, have been designated for demolition and that they, themselves, no longer have a right to remain on this land because the Israel army plans to use it for military training.

Life in the village had not been easy before this. One side is hemmed off by an Israeli-only highway and because of other forbidden roads, students have to trudge over six-kilometres of dirt roads, which turn into pools of mud in the winter, in order to reach their secondary school. A huge pipe passes through the village transporting freshwater from the West Bank to an illegal Israeli settlement that was built on what was once village land. The villagers have to purchase water from mobile tanks at the rate of 27 shekels per litre while the Israeli settlers only pay five shekels a litre for water that is conveniently piped straight into their houses.

I hardly need to mention how many helpless villagers from Susiya were arrested or attacked because they had the audacity to want to remain in their homes.

Apartheid is a system that provides for two different sets of laws for two peoples or ethnic groups on the same land. The Israeli apartheid system prohibits a Palestinian from Jerusalem from living with his wife and family because she is from Ramallah, 16 kilometres away. She does not have the right to join her husband in Jerusalem and if he moved to Ramallah he would lose his citizenship rights and, hence, not only his right to health insurance, for example, but his right to live in Jerusalem where he was born. Meanwhile, under Israeli law, a Jew from any part of the world has the right to obtain citizenship once he sets foot in Lod Airport, and to live anywhere he wants, whether in Israel or in occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank, which is most likely where the authorities will lure him through grants and other facilities meant to encourage settlers to set up home on expropriated Palestinian land.

The calamity is that the Palestinians have ended up paying the costs for the occupation and the systematic injustices visited upon them by the apartheid system through the fees and taxes that Israel exacts, the rates of which rise as Israeli authorities dictate.

The Israeli government has clearly made up its mind. It has put paid to the two-state solution and opted for an extensive system of apartheid. In the process, it has reduced the idea of a Palestinian state to a freakish "self-governing" entity whose duties entail performing the security services for the occupation in isolated cantons and Bantustans that are cut off from 60 per cent of the West Bank which, in turn, is cut off from Jerusalem and Gaza.

The time has come to let go of the illusions of the past, to acknowledge that Oslo and its protocols have failed and to resolve that the brutal apartheid system cannot continue. As Henry Thoreau said: "Revolt against tyranny is the basis of liberty."

Palestinians will not be free and they will not see economic prosperity until they rebel against the system of Israeli apartheid.

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Kudos to the Israeli government. I would want to separate out a bunch of retarded 80's and lower IQ people from my country. Gosh, if we only once again did the same thing in the US!
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Kudos to the Israeli government. I would want to separate out a bunch of retarded 80's and lower IQ people from my country. Gosh, if we only once again did the same thing in the US!
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Palestinians not only endure a crushing occupation; Israel's apartheid system makes them pay for it as well, writes Mustafa Barghouthi
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Israel's Troubling Tilt Toward Apartheid - This is CRAZY!
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"The United Nations General Assembly may well have been wrong in 1975 to equate Zionism with racism, since many early Israelis rejected extremist notions regarding separation of Jews from Arabs. But today a virulent form of Zionism is turning Israel in the direction of an intolerant apartheid state.Share this article

This ultra-conservative strain of Judaism is now represented at senior levels of Benjamin Netanyahu’s government, especially in the Housing Ministry, which recently humiliated Vice President Joe Biden by announcing 1,600 more Jewish housing units in East Jerusalem as Biden was arriving to reaffirm U.S. solidarity with Israel.

An under-reported element of the flare-up between the Obama administration and Netanyahu’s government is that Israel’s Housing Minister Ariel Atias, who sprang the announcement during Biden’s visit, is a religious fanatic whose ultra-Orthodox Judaism is about as intolerant of others as many extreme forms of Islam are.

Atias, a rising star in the religious Shas Party, has publicly called for imposing legal and physical constraints on the housing choices of Israel’s Arab population. But his demands for segregation do not stop at Arabs. He also targets secular Jews who don’t follow strict religious rules.

Last July, Atias told a conference of the Israel Bar Association that Israel’s Arab population must be prevented from buying homes in many parts of Israel.

"I see [it] as a national duty to prevent the spread of a population that, to say the least, does not love the state of Israel," Atias declared. "If we go on like we have until now, we will lose the Galilee. Populations that should not mix are spreading there. I don't think that it is appropriate [for them] to live together."

Atias also spoke favorably about relying on aggressive ultra-Orthodox Jews, known as Haredis, to keep the Arabs in line.

Citing Jewish-Arab tensions that broke out in the town of Acre, Atias recounted a conversation he had with the city’s mayor about how Acre could be saved. Atias said:

“He told me 'bring a bunch of Haredis and we'll save the city, even if I lose my political standing.' He told me that Arabs are living in Jewish buildings and running them out."

In Atias’s vision for Israel, certain lands would be sold to Arabs, others to ultra-Orthodox Jews, and still others to secular Jews, creating a nation segregated along inter- and intra-religious lines.

“I, as an ultra-Orthodox Jew, don't think that religious Jews should have to live in the same neighborhood as secular couples, so as to avoid unnecessary friction,” Atias explained.

Some of that friction between the ultra-Orthodox Jews and secular Jews relates to the anger of the ultra-Orthodox Haredis against Jewish women dressing in ways that are considered immodest or against secular Jews who don’t follow strict rules against using machinery on the Sabbath.

These tensions are similar to those in strict Islamic states, where morality police arrest or humiliate women whose bodies are not adequately covered.

Atias noted that the ultra-Orthodox Haredis “need synagogues and do not want any traffic on Shabbat. Seculars demand cultural facilities.”

Favoring His Own

Inside Israel, Atias has come under criticism for favoring his fellow ultra-Orthodox Jews in opening more new housing units to them than to secular Jews and surely to Arabs.

"There is a severe housing crisis among the young ultra-Orthodox couples, and in the general population,” Atias said, explaining his thinking. “And since some 5,000 to 6,000 religious couples get married every year, a problem arises because they require a certain kind of community life that goes along with their lifestyle."

Commenting on Atias’s statements, some leftist members of the Knesset have deplored the racism implicit in his policies.

"Racism is spreading throughout the government, and Minister Atias is the latest to express it,” said Hadash Chairman Mohammad Barakeh. “The government and everyone in it must realize that Arabs are living in their homeland and they have no other. If there is any foreign element in the Galilee, it is not the Arabs." [For details, see Haaretz.com, and Ynet.com, July 2, 2009]

Last September, in announcing favorable housing decisions for his ultra-Orthodox brethren, Atias reaffirmed his goal of achieving a segregated society.

"I've said it in the past and I say it again: I don't think populations can be mixed together,” Atias told Haaretz. “A Haredi [ultra-Orthodox] population needs to live in locations with other Haredim, so we don't descend to sectarian violence, as is happening right now in Kiryat Yovel in Jerusalem. …

“I advocate the separation of population groups as a healthy solution.”

The 39-year-old Atias is regarded as a poorly educated politician who travels little, if at all, outside Israel. Still, he is an emerging powerbroker in the Shas Party, which represents a key element of Netanyahu’s Likud coalition. Atias, who previously was in charge of inspecting kosher meat and who has advocated censorship of the Internet, was placed second on the Shas candidate list in 2009.

In Israel, the position of Housing Minister also is very important, given the significance of settlements to the concept of a Greater Israel and to the peace process. Past housing ministers have included future prime ministers, including Ariel Sharon and Netanyahu himself.

Atias’s intolerance toward the mixing of Arabs and Jews and even Jews of different religious orientation goes a long way to explain the refusal of Netanyahu’s government to pull back on expansion of Jewish settlements into traditionally Arab lands. To do so would risk rupturing the governing coalition.

‘Anti-Semitic’ Charge

Criticism of Israeli housing policies often draws angry responses from right-wing Israelis and American neoconservatives.

For instance, the Obama administration’s complaint about Atias’s housing decision during Biden’s visit prompted Netanyahu’s brother-in-law, Hagai Ben Artzi, to label Obama as “anti-Semitic,” adding: “it's not that Obama doesn't sympathize with [Netanyahu]. He doesn't sympathize with the people of Israel."

Netanyahu quickly distanced himself from Artzi’s comment.

American neocons also have blamed Obama primarily for the housing dispute with Netanyahu's government.

On Tuesday, the Washington Post’s neocon editorialists wrote, “It has been a little startling – and a little puzzling – to see Mr. Obama deliberately plunge into another public brawl with the Jewish state. … The dispute’s dramatic escalation … seems to have come at the direct impetus of Mr. Obama.”

On March 2, Post columnist Richard Cohen labeled as anti-Semitic pretty much anyone who objects to Israel’s discrimination against Palestinians. Israel “is not motivated by racism,” Cohen declared. “That’s more than can be said for many of its critics.”

Cohen was especially outraged by anyone who would compare the plight of Palestinians in and around Israel to South African blacks under “apartheid.” Yet, while the parallel is far from perfect, Atias’s plans for segregated neighborhoods for Arabs, for secular Jews and for ultra-Orthodox Jews does sound a lot like apartheid.

Even thoughtful Israelis are beginning to grapple with the moral and political dilemma of Jewish settlers seizing Palestinian lands on the basis of Biblical mandates in which God supposedly granted all the territory to the Israelites.

Defense Minister Ehud Barak, a Labor Party representative in Netanyahu’s government, has warned that the extreme Zionist vision of a Greater Israel could lead to either a single state with a Palestinian majority or special rules to limit Palestinian civil rights.

“If, and as long as between the Jordan and the sea, there is only one political entity, named Israel, it will end up being either non-Jewish or non-democratic,” Barak said at a recent security conference. “If the Palestinians vote in elections, it is a bi-national state, and if they don't, it is an apartheid state.”

However, to the Post’s Cohen, you are deserving of the ugly charge of anti-Semitism if you suggest that some form of apartheid looms in Israel’s future if it continues down its current path.

Cohen scolded Henry Siegman, who wrote an op-ed for the Financial Times and mentioned the word apartheid several times. Noting that Siegman was a former executive director of the American Jewish Congress, Cohen conceded that “anti-Semitism is not the issue here.”

Cohen then added, however, “anti-Semitism is not so easily dismissed with others.”

Such knee-jerk defenses of Israel by influential American neocons apparently have emboldened Netanyahu and his coalition allies like Shas to believe they can do pretty much whatever they wish regardless of the desires – or interests – of the United States.

Other Middle East experts believe Atias and his Shas Party may be oblivious to the political repercussions in Washington. As The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg told New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, “It’s not entirely clear to me that the Shas Party knows who Joe Biden is or cares.”

Prince Saud al-Faisal, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister, told Dowd that Israel’s ultra-conservative religious groups were “killing every option that comes out that has peace in its objective.”

Still, with U.S. neocons protecting Netanyahu’s back regardless of the reckless actions of his Shas allies, his government seems destined to plunge ever deeper into ethnic and religious segregation."
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Apartheid State of Israel Carries Out Holocaust
by: Huda Shaka'
Monday, May 15 marks the 58th anniversary of the creation of the apartheid state of Israel.

Why preface it with the ugly “A” word? Because I believe that the state of Israel, with its racist policies against the Palestinians and illegal occupation of their land, is an apartheid state.

Since 1906, when the Zionist congress decided to establish a Jewish homeland in Palestine, Zionist forces, first underground terrorist militias like the Haganah and Igron and then Israel’s Occupational Forces, have attempted to systematically annihilate Palestinians, and drive them out of their land by oppression, torture and humiliation. The Palestinians have and continue to resist this injustice.

As a direct result of the creation of the state of Israel, there are 6 million Palestinian refugees today—comprising around three-quarters of the Palestinian people, and nearly one-third of the global refugee population.

One might disagree with the the opinions above. That’s perfectly fine.

However, what is completely ridiculous is to be accused of anti-Semitism every time I, or any other member of the campus community, criticize the apartheid state of Israel.

We’ve been through this argument several hundred times, but for the sake of clarity, let’s go through it once more. Zionism is not Judaism.

Zionism is a political ideology and Judaism is a religion, one of the three Abrahamic faiths. Criticism of the state of Israel is a political opinion.

It is an attack on Zionism, on the ideology behind the state’s racist policies. It is not an attack on Judaism, or its followers.

In fact, as a Muslim, my religion requires me to respect all faiths, especially the Abrahamic faiths which share a common lineage of prophets.

However, my religion also requires me to stand up against oppression and injustice, anywhere they occur.

The Muslim Student Union on campus is sponsoring several events this week on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, to raise awareness of the injustices Palestinians are subjected to on a daily basis.

The title chosen for the week is “Holocaust in the Holy Land”. People might disagree as to whether what is happening in occupied Palestine may be considered a holocaust.

Again, that is perfectly fine. In fact, this controversial title was partly chosen to attract an audience and encourage a political debate on this topic at UC Irvine.

I think encouraging discourse and critical thinking on a college campus is a good thing.

However, pro-Zionist groups would strongly disagree.

They will go to any lengths necessary to stifle any criticism of the apartheid state of Israel, including accusing the events of being anti-Semitic.

Pro-Zionist students and organizations have already started throwing these accusations around, in addition to accusing MSU of inciting hate on campus and asking the UCI administration to intervene and stop the events.

The keynote speaker for MSU’s week-long program is Professor Norman Finkelstein, an American-Jewish scholar on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and the son of Holocaust survivors.

Also, MSU is sponsoring a talk by Rabbi Y. Weiss, an anti-Zionist Jewish Rabbi, who will be discussing the difference between Zionism and Judaism. Still anti-Semitic?

When on campus this week, check out MSU’s mock Israeli apartheid wall on Anteater Plaza. This is what the apartheid state of Israel is constructing in the West Bank to annex more of Palestinian land and divide the area into Bantustans, reminiscent of apartheid South Africa.

If you’re interested in finding out more, come to MSU’s events this week and hear the less-heard view on the conflict. Then, make up your own mind.

Visit [link to www.msu-uci.com] for more info.
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Jews are the most evil people to ever exist. They deserve to die horribly as a bunch!
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Oh the poor Palestinians, the big bad wolf Israel is torturing them !

How would you treat a neighbor that has made it clear that it's only purpose in life is to kill you !

Where do you think Hamas gets it's recruits ? They just materialize out of thin air? No, they come from Palestinians who have been indoctrinated since childhood to hate Jewish people !

Israel stands on the same land as Palestine and yet through decades of hard work and dedication they managed to transform that desert into a prosperous country...what did the Palestinians do ? Well they are almost completely dependent on foreign aid and they sit all day on their asses plotting new ways to kill Israelis !
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You jew haters will never stop.

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Kudos to the Israeli government. I would want to separate out a bunch of retarded 80's and lower IQ people from my country. Gosh, if we only once again did the same thing in the US!
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^^ THIS! ^^

I also gave this post one-star : )
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CYBER-WARFARE PSYOPS WARNING.

Numerous conspiracy websites like this one function as disinformation and cointelpro operations run by western gov/mil.

They also function as honeypots and used for data mining purposes to identify and profile forum users.

Many trolls/shills/thread derailers on conspiracy sites will be spooks doing the work of their employers ~ USA/UK/Israel.

Some 'posters' are multiple identity bots controlled by humans.

The shills and trolls are paid operatives who are most likely employed by private companies contracted by alphabet agencies to run black propaganda campaigns on conspiracy forums, some of which have been infiltrated and/or domains covertly purchased and completely taken over.

It's a major PSYOP aimed at internet users who are waking up.

Welcome to the CYBER WAR.

YOU are the enemy.
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Oh the poor Palestinians, the big bad wolf Israel is torturing them !

How would you treat a neighbor that has made it clear that it's only purpose in life is to kill you !

Where do you think Hamas gets it's recruits ? They just materialize out of thin air? No, they come from Mossad agents reprogramming Palestinians to hate Jewish people adn to create a controlled opposition!

Israel stands on the same land as Palestine and yet through decades of hard work and dedication they managed to transform that desert into a prosperous country...what did the Palestinians do ? Well they are almost completely dependent on foreign aid and they sit all day on their asses plotting new ways to kill Israelis !
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Fixed it for you
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You jew haters will never stop.

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Oh the poor Palestinians, the big bad wolf Israel is torturing them !

How would you treat a neighbor that has made it clear that it's only purpose in life is to kill you !

Where do you think Hamas gets it's recruits ? They just materialize out of thin air? No, they come from Mossad agents reprogramming Palestinians to hate Jewish people adn to create a controlled opposition!

Israel stands on the same land as Palestine and yet through decades of hard work and dedication they managed to transform that desert into a prosperous country...what did the Palestinians do ? Well they are almost completely dependent on foreign aid and they sit all day on their asses plotting new ways to kill Israelis !
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Fixed it for you
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Well, you're ZAZZ so I won't even bother coming up with an answer to that !

It would be like trying to teach string theory to a chimp !
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Zionists can't cry victim...that card doesn't work anymore. People have woken up to the lies.
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Oh the poor Palestinians, the big bad wolf Israel is torturing them !

How would you treat a neighbor that has made it clear that it's only purpose in life is to kill you !

Where do you think Hamas gets it's recruits ? They just materialize out of thin air? No, they come from Mossad agents reprogramming Palestinians to hate Jewish people adn to create a controlled opposition!

Israel stands on the same land as Palestine and yet through decades of hard work and dedication they managed to transform that desert into a prosperous country...what did the Palestinians do ? Well they are almost completely dependent on foreign aid and they sit all day on their asses plotting new ways to kill Israelis !
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Fixed it for you
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Well, you're ZAZZ so I won't even bother coming up with an answer to that !

It would be like trying to teach string theory to a chimp !
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tard
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That shit is wrong
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Europeans get rejected from Europe, and since they are part of a cult, they steal middle eastern land from the native Palestinians.

whooo hoooo
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BULLSHIT BULLSHIT BULLSHIT

GOD BLESS ISRAEL...