The world is silent while the State of Israel continues its racist policy and criminal activity against the Arab minority in the Naqab

Kaf, Jazi Abu
September 2011
al-Majdal;Sep2011, Issue 47, p31
The article presents a detailed outline of the racist policies and actions of Israel in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. It highlights the rise of violations against human rights in the territories due to lack of international inteference and interest despite the cease of such policies and actions since 1948. It also notes the resistance of the Palestinian people in the Naqab to Israel's confiscation of their land and forced urbanization.


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