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Showing posts with label apartheid. Show all posts
Showing posts with label apartheid. Show all posts

Friday, May 30, 2014

Newest "Apartheid?" poster


Story here, h/t JJ.

This poster series continues to go strong - some 5000 views every week, from all over the world.

People are hungering for the truth about Israel and it is hard to argue with straight facts showing how minorities in Israel are treated as well or better than they are in almost any nation, and how there are no limits to what they can accomplish.



Wednesday, May 07, 2014

New "Apartheid?" poster: Rimon Cafe, Jerusalem

Continuing to add to my viral poster series:


Over 170 of of my posters on all topics can be found here.

(h/t Arsen Ostrovsky)

New "Apartheid?" Poster: Shibel Karmi Mansour

Continuing on my wildly successful series...



This photo is a few years old; but it was the most "poster-friendly" one I could find.

Here is what Mansour looks like now, plus a recent article and video about his role in the Israel Prize ceremony.


(h/t Ruchie)

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Latest "Apartheid?" poster

Judge George Kara:

Entire "apartheid" poster series here.

Thursday, March 10, 2011

Latest "Apartheid?" poster: Jamal Zahalka



(h/t Colonel R for the idea)

Monday, March 07, 2011

Newest "Apartheid?" poster

Omar Barghouti makes a wonderful subject for the poster series.




All "Apartheid" posters available here.

Hat tip אורי פלג on Facebook.

Friday, February 25, 2011

"Apartheid Week" poster #9

I had posted this photo, taken by reader Veet, a few months ago.

Thursday, February 24, 2011

"Apartheid Week" poster #8 - different theme

Don't forget my earlier "Apartheid" posters

Besides the posters I've been publishing in recent days, I did make some other posters that are appropriate for printing and displaying in the upcoming "Israel Apartheid Week" on college campuses:







"Apartheid Week" poster #7

This will probably be the last one of this particular series.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

"Apartheid Week" poster #6 - a good one

"Apartheid Week" poster #5




All "Apartheid" posters can be seen here.

"Apartheid Week" poster #4

"Apartheid Week" poster #3

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

"Apartheid Week" poster #2

"Apartheid Week" poster

Just playing with the format of a series of posters I'd like to create for the upcoming "Israel Apartheid Week" on college campuses.

In general, I don't like playing defense, but I'd love to see video of the Israel-haters tearing down posters showing smiling, proud Israeli Arabs.

(The entire collection of posters is here.)

Friday, February 04, 2011

"Apartheid" irony

From TheJC:
University security officers were called to protect the most senior Muslim in the Israeli Foreign Ministry when pro-Palestinian protesters disrupted his appearance at a British campus.
Diplomat Ismail Khaldi, a Galilee Bedouin, had just started to speak at Edinburgh University on Wednesday evening when demonstrators began chanting and surrounded him.
The university’s International Relations Society had earlier pulled out of the event, saying the invitation to Mr Khaldi was “unjust to the Palestinian people who live under an apartheid regime”.
A security team encircled Mr Khaldi as the gang chanted “shame on you” and accused Israel of ethnic cleansing.
The lecture was held up for around an hour before the speaker abandoned the event.
Yes - an Israeli Arab/Muslim who has a senior position in an Israeli government ministry - whose very existence is proof that there is no "apartheid" in Israel - is stopped from speaking by people who are screaming "apartheid!"

I forget - which side of this incident demonstrated liberal values? It is so confusing nowadays to keep it straight.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

When political correctness turns into the A-word (updated)

Jonathan Kay of Canada's National Post this weekattended a panel discussion entitled “Exposing Israeli Apartheid and the Violation of Palestinian Rights: A public forum on the second anniversary of the Gaza massacre.”

It is a great article, one that effectively shows what these fanatic Israel haters are all about.

He notes
Perhaps more interesting than the speakers themselves was the crowd — which was disproportionately female, almost entirely white, and (by my casual observation of whose arm was wrapped around whom) heavily populated by lesbians.

This was not entirely surprising to me: Anti-Israeli activism has attained a sort of cult following among Toronto gay activists, who otherwise would be twiddling their activists thumbs in a country where gay marriage is legal and uncontroversial.
From which will now segue to the end of his terrific article:
The most bizarre part of last night’s meeting was when the moderator announced that in the Q&A session, she would be enforcing an “equity policy” in her selection of who was permitted to ask questions — with preference given to women, visible minorities and gays (which was kind of ironic given the composition of the room). Sure enough, when the Q&A began, a white man aged about 60 was first to the microphone. But the moderator made a great show of instead picking a black man sitting in one of the back rows and asked him to come to the mic. So we all waited while this affirmative action pick ambled over to the microphone to toss Peto a softball “question” about how she had “inspired” other academics.

Then a woman said she wanted to ask a question, and the mortifying process was repeated. Finally, the man at the mic — who had been patient thus far — shouted out “Am I invisible?” Even some members of the crowd declared “Let him speak!” and the moderator looked unsure of what to do — before (naturally!) threatening the man with expulsion from the room for his impudence. (Eventually, he was allowed to ask his question.)

The fact that this man had to wait there at the mic, merely because of the colour of the skin, while others got to speak before him — why it reminded me of that thing they once had in South Africa … Apar… Aparth …

What’s that word I’m looking for?
(h/t Challah Hu Akbar, who is easily the best new pro-Israel blogger around.)

UPDATE: Joel comments:


I wonder if the attenders know these facts about Israel:
1. Gays were accepted in the Israeli army BEFORE they were accepted in the US army.
2. There was even an Israeli film about gays in the army called "Yossi And Jagger" that was a huge hit over here.
3. Israel is the only country that had a lesbian on the Dancing With Stars show 
4. Israel was the only country who had a transsexual represent it in the Eurovision. 

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Lebanon, the apartheid state

From The Daily Star (Lebanon):
Palestinian refugees in Lebanon are two times more likely to live in poverty than other Lebanese people, preliminary report findings released Tuesday have shown.

The “Socio-Economic Survey of Palestine Refugees in Lebanon” is the first comprehensive evaluation of its kind. It assesses the demographics of the Palestinian population as well as their access to the labor market and various health, education and housing needs.

The full findings of the European Union (EU)-funded survey are not expected until the end of the month, but the initial results paint a rather bleak picture for the 260,000 – 280,000 Palestinian refugees the report found to be living in the country.

This is a significantly smaller figure than the 425,000 UN registered refugees, many of whom are thought to have emigrated in search of work.

“Anyone who has visited one of the Palestinian camps in Lebanon knows that poverty is widespread there and the living conditions are simply unacceptable for a middle-income country,” said EU operation section head Diege Escalona Paturel. “Until today no reliable data on the socio-economic situation and poverty levels in the camps existed and thus all programs and campaigns have been based on estimates and guesses in the best case, propaganda in the worst.”

The survey, conducted by researchers at the American University Beirut (AUB) in coordination with United Nations Relief and Work Agency (UNRWA) statisticians, found jobless rates among Palestinians to be 56 percent, with only 38 percent of the working population – 53,000 out of 120,000 refugees – considered to be in stable employment.

A mere 6 percent of Palestinians go on to attend university, in contrast to 20 percent of Lebanese, the report said. [In Gaza the number is closer to 46.2% - EoZ, h/t Zach]

A large amount of blame is being placed on the perceived lack of opportunities, limited by state restrictions requiring Palestinians to obtain work permits and which, in spite of recent relaxations, still exclude Palestinians from certain professions, such as medicine.
To put these numbers in context, it means that the unemployment rate of Palestinian Arabs in a sovereign Arab country is far higher than they are in "besieged" Gaza, where the rate is about 35%. The poverty rate in Lebanon for Palestinian Arabs is also higher than in Gaza.

So where are the convoys and flotillas by "pro-Palestinian activists" to help the Arabs of Palestinian descent who live in Lebanon?

Oh, sorry, no one cares about them, because "pro-Palestinian" activists only care when they can blame Palestinian Arab misery on Israel. When Arabs deliberately discriminate against their Palestinian brethren, it gets hushed up so as not to dilute the message that Israel is uniquely evil and that somehow Israel is to blame for the past six decades of Arabs treating Palestinian Arabs like dirt.

In this case, their fellow Arabs are simply following  Lebanese laws specifically written to discriminate against Palestinian Arabs.

You know....the textbook definition of apartheid.

(h/t Backspin)