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Condemning Israel's Racist Occupation

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Condemning Israel's Racist Occupation

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Daily, Israel proves it's a rogue terror state.

by Stephen Lendman

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Ongoing nearly 45 years and counting. Crimes of war, against humanity, and unspeakable atrocities define it. Growing condemnation hastens ending it.

Israeli control represents the longest military occupation in modern times. Palestinians are afforded no rights. Daily terror defines their lives. Racist policies persecute them. 

It exceeds the worst of South African apartheid. It's gone on longer than anyone should tolerate. Malcolm X once asked: "What do you call a Black man with a PhD? n-word."

Jonathan Scott used Malcolm's quote in his article titled, "The n-wordization of Palestine," saying:

Major media and political truth and full disclosure of Israel's racist practices are excluded from public discourse. 

Edward Said called it "America's Last Taboo" in an article he wrote shortly before his death. It was also a chapter heading in John Pilger's book titled, "Freedom Next Time: Resisting the Empire."

Said blamed the power of Zionism to inflict unspeakable abuses on an entire people and get away with it for so long. Pilger referred to a "five and a half decade cover-up of Israel's oppression of the Palestinians." 

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With US political and financial backing, they've terrorized Palestinians with impunity. When victims dare defend themselves, they're called terrorists. Scoundrel media reports regurgitate the lie.

Human rights and other organizations, as well as growing numbers of Palestinian supporters worldwide speak freely. At a mid-March Geneva UN Human Rights Council conference, about 300 international organizations called on Israel to lift repressive restrictions on Palestinians' free movement and other discriminatory practices.

Observatory regional director Amani al-Sinwar discussed grave Israeli human rights abuses, including unjustifiable restrictions controlling their lives.

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