TITLE

"Creeping Apartheid" in Israel-Palestine

AUTHOR(S)
Yiftachel, Oren
PUB. DATE
November 2009
SOURCE
Middle East Report;Winter2009, Issue 253, p7
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article explores the prevalence of apartheid in the political system of Israel. It notes that Judaization and ethnocracy dominates the region despite legal and political circumstances. It states that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu supported the Palestinian statehood by withdrawing the Israeli territories. It mentions that the Jews agreed that Palestinians must possess equal individual rights in Israel. It states that Israel continues to inflict subjection, violence, and exploitation to Palestinian groups. Moreover, creeping apartheid creates international disorder, violence and suffering to the Israeli-Palestine conflict.
ACCESSION #
45690384

 

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