New Resources on Israeli Apartheid
In July of this year Israel passed the clearly discriminatory ‘Jewish Nation State’ law. Since then, the use of the term ‘apartheid’ to describe Israel has burst into the public consciousness.
But the institutionalised discrimination that the Palestinian people face did not begin in July 2018. Instead, it has been central to the foundation and maintenance of the State of Israel from the start. Since 1948, Israel has established a racist, discriminatory regime that affects Palestinians in a variety of ways.
“Israel has established an apartheid regime that dominates the Palestinian people as a whole.” – United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia Report
The set of resources below show how Israeli practices amount to the crime of apartheid, as defined by international law. They also focus on how you can stand in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for freedom, justice and equality.
The set of resources below explain how Israeli practices amount to the crime of apartheid. They also focus on how you can stand in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for freedom, justice and equality.
- Israel: Guilty of Apartheid Factsheet: Factsheet examining how Israel constructed and maintains a system of institutionalised racial discrimination.
- Postcard Set: Showing examples of Israel’s apartheid practices towards the Palestinian people.
- Visualising Palestine Infographics: Infographic set comparing the state policies of contemporary Israel and apartheid-era South Africa.
Israel: Guilty of Apartheid
Factsheet on Israel's apartheid practices towards the Palestinian people.
Postcards detailing examples of Israel's system of institutionalised discrimination.
Visualising Palestine Infographics
Set of graphics produced by Visualising Palestine, comparing the state policies of Israel and apartheid-era South Africa.