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Understand Israeli – Palestinian Apartheid In 11 Images

The graphics provide facts about the forced exile of Palestinian people, how the occupation has been maintained, the ongoing displacement of families and destruction of homes, the pattern of violence, illegal detentions, segregation of necessary resources like water and olive trees, segregation on travel and the wall. Just as was done during South African Apartheid, there is a campaign to put economic pressure on Israel using boycotts, divestment and sanctions.

No matter how you look at it, in order to support the Israeli actions you, either are a Jew who believes you are superior, or a non-Jew who supports them as being superior.

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An excellent presentation of

An excellent presentation of the cold, hard, facts. IMO, the only way to get freedom for the Palestinians is to organize a world wide boycott of Israeli goods and services. Secretary of State John Kerry warned the Israeli government of this possibility several months ago -- they blew him off.

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another video to watch.... http://youtu.be/Zw9EhjyU3JU

Tolerance is the virtue of the man who no longer has anything to believe in....

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Thank you!

Those are some very powerful and educational images!

If a Genocide Falls in the Forest

How Americans Can End the Israeli Occupation and Free Palestine: 3 Steps

3 films that will help people understand the occupation:

Tears of Gaza

Occupation 101

Stone Cold Justice - Palestine Documentary.(2014)

If Wars Can Be Started by Lies, They Can Be Stopped By Truth.

These films should be...

on everyone's "must see" list. I've seen the first two several times. I will watch the third one now. Thank you for putting together a powerful educational package of no-holds-barred truth! A great introduction to those who might not be well informed on the subject!

Thank you!

Thank you ! Thank you!

I read a book about Palestine about 25 years ago. It was about an 11 year old boy who's family was displaced. He had to go to the other side of fence and live with grandparents. He could still see where his family farm was and saw the Israelis come bulldoze it over and build homes. So sad. Prior to reading this book, I had read TONS of books about the holocaust and WW2. I never forgot the book I read about Palestine because that really started me on a path to want to learn more.

very powerful!

very powerful!