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Salim Nazzal - The Issue of Racism Between Zionism and the Apartheid Ideology

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Despite the similarities between the white Racist regime, in earlier South Africa and those of the Zionist regime, in terms of the oppressive policy against the natives, there are seven major differences: the first, white Europeans immigrated to Africa wi


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Madalena Lobaotello (448)
Tuesday April 28, 2009, 5:08 pm
The policy which Zionists implemented until today goes in perfect harmony with the rhetorical guidelines of political Zionism in which its content can be summarized in a few words, Terror, Terror and more Terror, with the goal being to impose facts on the ground. How to validate Zionism when it denies Palestinians their basic rights to live on their land, how to validate Zionism when it confiscates Palestinian land and gives it only to Jews, How to validate Zionism when it makes only streets and housing for Jews, how to validate Zionism when it views Jews as a superior race and Palestinians are but "insects and sub humans"? How to validate Zionism when its everyday policy's is based on violence, discrimination and prejudice towards native Palestinians?

Indeed, we are dealing with a unique case of racist ideology, which is a blend of Nazism and apartheid, the modernizing of bronze age history to fit the modern concept of nationalism, Paranoiac politicized thinking, modern and dynamic forms of apartheid but undoubtedly more dangerous. A weird contradiction of the absence of rational thinking at the same time having the most advanced technology of which aids them to commit genocide. More severely, the illusion that with force they can impose facts all the time as if all occupants in history were brainless and they are the only occupants which could avoid the fate of all occupations.

Galileo asserted once all truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them.

The problem is when the truth about Zionism atrocities is known and well documented at the UN and the human rights organizations yet Zionists and their friends in this world are not willing to listen to the sound voices which seek to find a peaceful solution based on the international law and the principles of justice.


Past Member (0)
Tuesday April 28, 2009, 6:04 pm
Interesting to see what an Arab writes says about racism, despite the fact that Arabs were the largest slave traders. He doesn't look into his own past or present, he looks at Israeli. Opressors pretending to be victoms? Good and workable strategy.


Jaclin S (230)
Tuesday April 28, 2009, 6:51 pm
Racism in any shape or form is totally unacceptable!!! We are all in this together and the sooner people get their minds around that the better off they will be!!! It is shocking to read about and to see televised the shocking amount of Racism. We MUST learn to live and let live and RESPECT others beliefs. I ABHOR RACISM!!! There are good and bad in every race on earth - compassion - love - understanding are essential for all races.
Peace & Harmony Surround Us All. Thanx Mada dear onefor the post.

Madalena Lobaotello (448)
Thursday April 30, 2009, 4:47 am
Past Member
your comment is very racist. Is easy to see that you hate Arabs

Teresa del Castillo (1519)
Wednesday May 6, 2009, 2:13 pm
Anybody interested in a link for knowing who Past Member Josh is??

David Cromie (6)
Saturday May 9, 2009, 2:39 pm
Thank you Madalena. Josh has a very partial/distorted view of the history of slavery, and appears to be an apologist for political/fascist Zionism, which treats the indiginous people of Palestine to genocide and ethnic cleansing, at the bat of an eyelid, and without compunction. All this on the strength of an aprocyphal tale in a book written a couple of millenia ago!! This is the same country which supported Apartheid in South Africa, so one must assume that they condoned the maltreatment, persecution and murder of the indigenous tribes of that country, along with their enforced work in the mines of that country - another form of slavery, of course, for which Britain has a lot to answer.

Pete m (67)
Friday May 22, 2009, 6:40 am
Thanks Mada!
Teresa ; Yes please! ;-)
David; Well said!
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