Israel’s Apartheid Breach of Loyalty Law

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Feature Article by Stephen Lendman
Israel's Apartheid Breach of Loyalty Law

by Stephen Lendman ( – Home – Stephen Lendman)

Institutionalized racism defines Israeli rule – separate and unequal official policy under all coalition regimes.

Throughout its history, Israel ruthlessly discriminated against its Arab citizens and occupied Palestinians – denying them rights under international and its own laws afforded solely to Jews.

A nation affording rights to its favored citizens over others is profoundly anti-democratic – what Israeli apartheid rule is all about.

Israeli nation-state legislation was introduced in 2011, aiming to enshrine it into Basic Law, substituting for constitutional law, absent in the country.

It failed to be enacted earlier. A new version under consideration yet to become law defines Israel as the "national home of the Jewish people…(the) right to self-determination…unique to the Jewish people" – wanting discriminat
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