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Officials Condemn 'Intolerant' Israeli Apartheid Week

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The controversial Israeli Apartheid Week (IAW), which began Monday, has been marked by condemnations from Canadian officials denouncing the comparison between Middle East ethnic tensions and South Africa's former policy of racial segregation.

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chris b (2474)
Thursday March 4, 2010, 12:55 am
How strange the Canadian government chooses to condemn the condemnation of the Israeli Governments stance towards the Palestinians! The Canadian Government is standing on some peculiar moral high ground elevated as it is with the bodies of cruelly slain seal pups and trading partnerships with some of the cruellest regimes of recent years! Not to mention their public spectacles of seal heart eating from freshly slaughtered seals! Clearly they are not up to speed with reality in any area and as far as South Africa is concerned Aparthied has simply been modified to suit the current regimes requirements! Whatever Israel's motivation to deny the obvious is tantamount to burying ones head in the ice stained by the blood of thousands of dead seals and not noticing the stench!

Gillian M (218)
Thursday March 4, 2010, 3:37 pm
Apartheid doesn't exist in Israel, the over 60 different ethnic origins, including over 1 million Palestinians, have exactly the same rights. As I recall, South Africa didn't offer the black people there any rights.

Bracha Katz (31)
Saturday March 6, 2010, 10:28 am
israel is not apartheid, all the 'proof' that israel is apartheid is not talking abount arabs with isreali citizenship, but arabs without isreali citizenship. of course they don't have the same rights. in america do people without american citizenship get the same rights as american citizens? is that apartheid?
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