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WATCH: A scathing wake up call to Israelis – by an Israeli

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Published: 4 March 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

WATCH: In last monologue, Israeli comedy show host implores Israelis to wake up and smell the apartheid – Haaretz/YouTube 01.03.17
Asaf Harel's scathing indictment of Israeli society has gone viral. Includes video [5:32].

And see:

Netanyahu and the 'apartheid state' – Akiva Eldar – Al-Monitor 28.02.17
It is no longer necessary to ask whether the Israeli government supports the two-state solution. The answer is clear for all to see in the laws it passes and the edicts it imposes… One state for two peoples - first-class citizens and second-class citizens - is gradually being established between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea.

Abbas deputy says would accept one-democratic-state solution, Israel wouldn't – i24News 03.03.17
Palestinians have said only alternative to two-state solution is one democratic state with full rights for all, which they would accept. [Israeli president Reuven Rivlin advocates full rights for all in one state but most Israeli politicians do not.]

EDITORIAL: Were hard questions put to Netanyahu? February 28, 2017

What’s in a word? – “Apartheid” August 23, 2015

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