A report from B’tselem, the respected Israeli Human Rights NGO, calls Israel an apartheid state.
By Israel-Palestine News | Jan 13, 2021
The geographic space, which is contiguous for Jews, is a fragmented mosaic for Palestinians
B’Tselem – The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories believes that the accumulation of policies and laws in Israel are devised to entrench control over Palestinians, and together define Israel as an apartheid regime:
- Israel’s efforts to Judaize the entire region (land as a resource chiefly meant to benefit the Jewish population)
- Jews living anywhere in the world are entitled to Israeli citizenship (while Palestinians are removed by any means possible)
- Israeli citizens enjoy freedom of movement throughout the region – except for the Gaza Strip (Palestinian movement is severely limited)
- Jewish political participation is ubiquitous, while Palestinians are either sidelined or disenfranchised