August 08, 2011

Zionism & Apartheid

This video presentation includes two CBS 60 Minutes segments on 'Exposing Israeli Apartheid' - which are part of a library of short (<10 min.) videos - Here is the complete library.

"The legal system that enforces the law in a discriminatory way on the basis of national identity, is actually maintaining an apartheid regime." -- Shlomo Gazit, retired Major General in the IDF

The widely condemned apartheid regime of South Africa maintained its oppressive system of laws which favored one ethnic group at the expense of another for almost half a century. The discredited legal system ran from 1948 until being finally abolished in 1994. In between the two dates the world saw Rhodesia try a short-lived stint before later becoming Zimbabwe, while the civil rights marches of the 1960's led to legislation abolishing apartheid laws and practices - an old legacy of the South. Coincidentally in the same year that apartheid began, a new nation was formed in the Middle East. While most other countries worldwide condemned the apartheid regime in South Africa, the fledgling nation refused to do so, instead cementing trade, cultural and military links with the minority regime.

Today this country will continue to cry victimization whenever anyone dares question the holocaust or even the actual numbers of casualties suffered, liberally applying the labels of antisemitism and 'holocaust deniers', and have even successfully lobbied to make this a crime in certain countries. They and their 'Christian' supporters also protest vehemently about the concern that certain Arab nations seek to 'deny their existence'. In short, they have proven themselves to be quite adept at getting world media to look past their actions and continue to view them only as victims of WWII war crimes.

Against this background therefore, it is of more than passing interest that many in this tiny nation, along with their 'Christian' supporters deny - at times vehemently, that there ever was a Palestine or that the Palestinians were uprooted (by force and massacre) from their homes and farmlands! Indeed, they have gone so far as to make it illegal for anyone to commemorate this historical event, known to Palestinians as al Naqba (the Catastrophe) - actually their own holocaust, albeit on a smaller scale.

In order to fulfill their mistaken belief that they retain a biblical right to all of the surrounding lands by being God's chosen people (voided by their rejection and execution of the Messiah sent by Him 2,000 years ago), in violation of international law and natural justice they continue to build settlements outside the boundaries established in 1948, thereby stealing Palestinian lands and subverting any real chance at a just peace. In the process thousands of Palestinians continue to be forcibly displaced from their homes and farmlands in a new Naqba, treated with contempt in their own homeland - deprived of many basic amenities like clean water, trapped in their restricted areas. Even in South Africa, the natives were not driven out by force, then subsequently denied the right to return to their ancestral homelands, as with this repugnant holdout of apartheid in the 21st century.

At current rates of confiscation the fast-disappearing Palestinian lands will soon be lost forever to a maze of settlements as shown in the graphic below. Please educate yourself on the biggest news story ignored by conventional media by viewing the above videos and then reading the articles that follow.


The video contains pictures of different Palestinian cities during the 1920′s and 1930′s, before the creation of the state of Israel by the zionists in 1948.

The old lie that Palestine was dry desert waiting for a people is just that–a lie. This clip for all people to see the Beauty of the Palestinian People before they were ethnically cleansed and murdered and made into refugees by the State of Israel.

Then came the Nakba

Over 60 years of Israeli terrorism caught on film


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View Documentary Film- Truth : Exposing Israeli Apartheid

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