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Apartheid Foundation – Infographics
The intent of Israel’s policies toward Palestinians is an apartheid system. It is often described in Hebrew as hafrada (“separation”), a word that is strikingly similar in meaning to the Afrikaans word apartheid (“separateness” or literally “apart-hood”). These visuals illustrate five parallels between the state policies of apartheid-era South Africa and those of the present...
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Today, Israeli authorities maintain a single regime of control over the borders, airspace, population registry and economic activity of the territories of Israel, West Bank and Gaza.
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Today, Israeli authorities maintain a single regime of control over the borders, airspace, population registry and economic activity of the territories of Israel, West Bank and Gaza.
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The scale of discrimination among the different Palestinian fragments, in comparison to the Jewish privilege. Racial classification and discrimination is key to the current Israeli fabric.
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Israel has over 60 laws that work to privilege Jewish people while dispossessing, displacing and discriminating against non-Jews.
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Only apartheid-era South Africa has been condemned by more UN Security Council resolutions than Israel. However, unlike most countries on this list, Israel has never been subjected to UN sanctions.
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For over 100 years, the Zionist colonization of the historic lands of Palestine accelerated, starting from the first Zionist colony "Rishon LeTsiyon", under Ottoman rule, continuation of building colonies under the British mandate, until the day that Israel occupies West Bank, Gaza and Syrian Golan Heights.
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Between 1947 and 1949, the Zionist military forces seized more than 500 Palestinian villages and towns, caused the displacement of their populations. The following infographic shows how the displacement and destruction of Palestinian villages started before Israel establishment. 1945: more than 1000 Palestinian towns and villages according to British survey. 12 May 1948: population of...
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