L.A. Jews mull boycott of Israel university over 'apartheid' op-ed
Haaretz / Barak Ravid

Dr. Neve Gordon of Ben-Gurion University in Be'er
Sheva, a veteran peace activist, branded Israel as an apartheid state
and said that a boycott was "the only way to save it from itself."

Gordon, a political scientist, said that "apartheid state" is the most accurate way to describe Israel today.

"3.5 million Palestinians and almost half a million
Jews live in the areas Israel occupied in 1967," Gordon wrote, "and yet
while these two groups live in the same area, they are subjected to
totally different legal systems. The Palestinians are stateless and
lack many of the most basic human rights. By sharp contrast, all Jews -
whether they live in the occupied territories or in Israel - are
citizens of the state of Israel."

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