2 edition of Israeli apartheid found in the catalog.
by Pluto Press, Distributed in the United States of America exclusively by Palgrave Macmillan in London, New York, New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-166) and index.
|LC Classifications||DS119.7 .W477 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 172 p. :|
|Number of Pages||172|
|ISBN 10||0745328881, 0745328873|
|ISBN 10||9780745328881, 9780745328874|
|LC Control Number||2009279485|
Uri Davis has been at the forefront of the defence of human rights in Israel since the mids and at the cutting edge of critical research on Israel and the Israeli-Palestinian this book, a sequel to Israel: An Apartheid State (Zed Books, ), Uri Davis provides a critical insight into how it was possible for Jewish people, the victims of Nazi genocide in the Second World War. Focusing on the complicity of Israeli universities in maintaining the occupation of Palestine, and on the repression of academic and political freedom for Palestinians, Against Apartheid powerfully explains why scholars and students throughout the world should refuse to do business with Israeli institutions. This rich collection of essays is a handbook for scholars and activists.
The senior Jordanian official referred to Israel’s annexation policies as the "ushering in (of) a new apartheid state." An apartheid state was, practically, ushered in a long time ago. Israel’s so-called Nation-State Law of merely confirmed an existing reality. It is from this muddle of contradictory tenets that Mr. Avnery approaches the "apartheid" charge, given new publicity by President Carter's recent book. In a recent Counterpunch essay, "Freedom Ride: Israel and Apartheid", he rejects any lessons the comparison suggests for a one-state solution in Israel .
A U.N. agency published a report on Wednesday accusing Israel of imposing an "apartheid regime" of racial discrimination on the Palestinian people, and said it was the first time a U.N. body had. Josh Ruebner’s latest book, Israel: Democracy or Apartheid State? (Olive Branch Press, ), is aptly titled considering Israel’s recent adoption of the Jewish Nation State Law, which enshrines the right of self-determination as exclusive to Jewish citizens, and the brutal siege of Gaza, among other ongoing assaults on Palestinian human rights.
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The book starts off by detailing how Israel came to be (an intro for beginners new to this conflict) and then it details the gradual and sure trend of apartheid in Israel/Occupied Territories/5.
"This book provides one of the best introductions to the Israel/Palestine conflict. It reveals what mainstream media in the West seeks to conceal from the public: that Israel has an apartheid regime which has been obsessed with demographic racism and ethnic cleansing for six decades/5(24).
In this excellent book Ben White takes the UN definition of Apartheid and checks it against Israeli government action against Palestinians since the founding of by: Packed with vital information, quotations and resources, Israeli Apartheid never loses the human touch.
The book is rooted in the author's extensive personal experience in Palestine and includes testimonies by Palestinians describing how Israeli apartheid affects their daily lives. 'Apartheid Israel represents the most thorough critique to date of Israel's legal and political structure from a human rights perspective.
At the same time it points towards an alternative vision for conflict-ridden Israel/Palestine, building on the author's own exceptional experience as an Israeli academic and human rights activist for decades. Apartheid is a Crime: Portraits of the Israeli Occupation of Palestine, by Mats Svensson.
Ben White demonstrates that indeed Israel could have become and could not continue to be a "Jewish state" unless it used discriminatory tactics that resemble and often surpass those of apartheid South Africa. (Co-founder of Electronic Intifada, author of 'One Country' ()) [This book] is a useful introduction to a vital s: Israeli Human rights org B’tselem says it’s “not peace, Apartheid”, playing a pun on Jimmy Carter’s book title “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid”.Author: Jonathan Ofir.
Two sets of books. One for Us, and one to throw at Them. Apartheid. Apartheid means Israeli officials using the army, police, military courts, and draconian administrative detentions, not only to head off terrorism, but to curtail nearly every avenue.
Israeli officials on Apartheid. A number of Israeli government officials have used the term apartheid in reference to Israeli control over Palestinians: Reuven Rivlin, the currently sitting President of Israel, was quoted in the Israeli press on 12 February saying that Israel’s newly passed ‘Regularisation Law’, which formally.
Israeli annexation plan draws South Africa apartheid comparisons. Israel's detractors have long labeled it an apartheid state to describe its occupation of Palestinian lands.
and a book. Ali Abunimah, Co-founder of Electronic Intifada, author of One Country () ‘Ben White’s new book Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner’s Guide is a useful introduction to a vital debate.
Since moving to Israel two decades ago, he has passionately defended the country against charges that it too is an apartheid state. But at the age of 87, Pogrund is having second thoughts. He says that if Israel moves ahead with plans to annex parts of the West Bank, he will have no choice but to declare that his adopted homeland has become a.
The comparison of apartheid with the year Israeli occupation of the West Bank and Gaza, and its guiding ideology, Zionism, has a genealogy situated in global and local politics as well as in. Support for Israel is dwindling among my daughter’s generation. In a Gallup poll, only 17 percent of Americans between age — compared to 36 percent of those over 55 — expressed a "very favorable" view of Israel.
More than a third of Americans under the age of 35 said they view Israel. In this book, a sequel to Israel: An Apartheid State (Zed Books, ), Uri Davis provides a critical insight into how it was possible for Jewish people, the victims of Nazi genocide in the Second World War, to subject the Palestinian people, beginning with the war, to such criminal policies as mass deportation, population transfers and.
“In the Occupied Territories, what Israel is doing is much worse than apartheid,” Chomsky says, according to Days of Palestine. “To call it apartheid is a gift to Israel, at least if by.
Moreover, Israel’s acceptance of a two-state solution as the outcome of bilateral Israeli-Palestinian negotiations belies accusations that Israel’s goal is the persecution of Palestinians.
To be sure, Palestinians in the West Bank and in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip do encounter hardships as a result of Israeli policies, including. He made this video trying to rebut claims that Israel is an apartheid state.
I just want to play a clip to you. Danny Ayalon: Arabs serve as judges. An Arab judge even threw a Jewish president. First and foremost, we have two separate movements here to end Israeli apartheid: one Israeli, the other Palestinian.
In South Africa it was one movement, and it was led by the oppressed. That’s a big problem, because the Israelis have more power, more privileges, more rights, and are much less vulnerable compared to the Palestinians.
A s a Jewish South African anti-apartheid activist I look with horror on the far-right shift in Israel ahead of this month’s elections, and the impact in the Palestinian territories and worldwide. In pondering "a different kind of future," author Ben White in his new book Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner's Guide stresses that there is no point in "trying to 'undo' things that cannot be undone." He castigates rhetoric about a "two-state solution" or demands that Palestinians should "compromise," as if the solution could bypass the dissolution of Israeli apartheid.Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner’s Guide also provides an easy-to-read summary of the Palestinian Nakba, or catastrophe, on which the creation of the Jewish state was based.