Palestinians are the majority. Is it apartheid yet? | +972 Magazine

Palestinians from the West Bank cross through Qalandyia checkpoint to attend evening prayers in Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque, June 21, 2017. Israeli authorities allowed women of all ages and men over 40 to enter Jerusalem without permits on Fridays during the month of Ramadan only. (Ahmad al-Bazz/Activestills.org)

Countless Israeli military campaigns, laws, and policies since 1948 have aimed to keep non-Jews out of the state (namely Palestinian refugees) and curb the rights of those living inside it. While these policies principally target Palestinians and Arabs, they are also directed against African refugees and other ‘unwanted’ persons deemed socially and politically undesirable by the Zionist ethos.

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