Israeli Apartheid Policies

Checkpoints are a part of Israeli occupation policies which delibrately limit and control the moveme

Israeli policies ensure that Arab-Israelis and Jewish-Israelis are made to live separate lives within Israel, and that Arab-Israelis are treated as second-class citizens legally, politically and econo

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Checkpoints are a part of Israeli occupation policies which delibrately limit and control the moveme

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Ambulances are routinely stopped at checkpoints resulting in delays for patients needing medical treatment, causing significant distress and sometimes even death.
There are over 500 checkpoints in the West Bank causing daily misery.
5.3 million Palestinians are unable to return home, while any Jewish person from any country is free to live on Palestinian land.
A discriminatory education system, where lack of resources are provided such as classrooms, means only 53% of Palestinian children in East Jerusalem attend school.
Jewish Nation State Bill passed in July 2018 clearly emphasises Israel as an apartheid state.
The Law of Return gives Jews around the world the right to Israeli citizenship. Palestinians expelled from their homeland are denied return and citizenship.
Citizenship and entry laws severely restricts Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel from living with their Palestinian spouse from occupied Palestinian territories.

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Human Rights observers have reported on occasion pregnant women having to give birth at checkpoints.
60% of the roads are used by Iraelis and illegal settlers.
Illegal Jewish only Settlements.
Apartheid wall.
Israel takes 80% of the water that is meant for Palestinians.

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