Israeli racism in quotes

“A media campaign entitled ‘Israeli Racism in Quotes’, was launched recently by EuroPal Forum in the UK, to mark the 71st anniversary of the “Nakba” (Catastrophe) and focuses on using imagery to raise awareness about the extent of the discrimination against Palestinians in Israeli public life.

A key part of this initiative has consisted of the daily release of imagery and the sending of letters to human rights organizations and politicians, with the intention of fostering awareness about the discriminatory rhetoric that is rife in Israeli politics and among the country’s spiritual leaders.

Here is a selection of those images and direct quotes that reveal the deep-seated racism that permeates Israel’s leadership:”

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A media campaign entitled ‘Israeli Racism in Quotes’, was launched recently by EuroPal Forum in the UK, to mark the 71st anniversary of the “Nakba” (Catastrophe) and focuses on using imagery to raise awareness about the extent of the discrimination against Palestinians in Israeli public life.

A key part of this initiative has consisted of the daily release of imagery and the sending of letters to human rights organizations and politicians, with the intention of fostering awareness about the discriminatory rhetoric that is rife in Israeli politics and among the country’s spiritual leaders.

Here is a selection of those images and direct quotes that reveal the deep-seated racism that permeates Israel’s leadership:

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