February 15, 2007

Israel does petty apartheid

One of Israel's get-outs from the charge of being an apartheid state is that it doesn't do so-called "petty apartheid." Like the ethnic cleansing, the Law of Return and the planning and land laws aren't enough to condemn the zionist system as apartheid. Well cop this little carry on at a shopping mall in Netanya.
Four law students at the Netanya College were refused entry at the city's Sharon Mall on Tuesday because the security guards identified them as being non-Jewish.

The students were asked to leave after one of them could not produce an identity card, even though his colleagues did present theirs. As they were ordered to leave, a guard sarcastically told them: "Now you have something to do your clerkship about."
Now can we call Israel an apartheid state?

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