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The Hijacking of Apartheid; kind of like you hijacked parts of history?

The term “apartheid” is often used by advocates determined to achieve their own goals for their own purposes.

Police operation with teargas and dogs in the township of Soweto near Johannesburg, 

In remembering Nelson Mandela, we most recall his determined leadership in bringing down apartheid — the separation of races — in South Africa. His passing after a lifetime of suffering extreme prejudice and hatred causes us all to pause in honor of his deeds and respect for his commitment to justice and equality. The term “apartheid” evokes not only images of the struggle of his people in South Africa, but is also a concept that is often taken, and sometimes mistaken, by advocates determined to achieve their own goals for their own purposes. Such is the misuse of the term “apartheid” as it is thrown around in an accusatory framework against the State of Israel, who suffers regularly in the United Nations and in the press from the untrue and unfounded accusation that Israel, in building the terrorism prevention security fence, has built an “apartheid wall.” For decades at the United Nations and in the press, the Palestinians and her supporters have blindly but broadly attempted to brand Israel as a racist criminal state, adopting resolutions equating Zionism with racism and continuing the war of words against Israel in repeated UN Conferences and resolutions. The theme is simple and has been quite effective: brand Israel as Zionist … brand Zionism as racism. With racism and apartheid being criminal … brand Israelis as part of a Zionist racist criminal conspiracy to commit apartheid. This ugly effort lives on without regard to the truth.

Read more at: http://www.jewishpress.com/indepth/opinions/the-hijacking-of-apartheid/2013/12/09/

We’ll never forget October 1956 massacre, say Palestinians in Israel

“You won’t find any mention of the massacre in any Israeli schoolbook sealed by the ministry of education,” Lina Badr, a 19-year-old from Kafr Qassem, said in an interview with The Electronic Intifada.


On 29 October 1956, Israeli border police carried out a massacre in the Palestinian village of Kafr Qassem, situated in the central district of present-day Israel.
The massacre took place on the eve of the Suez crisis — in which Israel invaded Egypt with the backing of France and Britain. It followed the announcement of a curfew by Israel in the middle of that day

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