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Israel’s Elections Bring ‘Racism’ to the Fore ~ by Jonathan Cook

Global Research | Jonathan Cook | Oct 23, 2013 In some parts of Israel, voters in Tuesday’s elections will be casting a ballot not on how well their municipality is run but on how to stop “Arabs” moving in next door, how to prevent mosques being built in their community, or how to “save” Jewish […]

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VIDEO | Israel’s New Racism: The Persecution of African Migrants in the Holy Land

Published on Oct 17, 2013  by The Nation About 60,000 African migrants have arrived in Israel since 2006, fleeing unrest in their home countries. But upon arrival in the ostensibly democratic country, the migrants have faced intense persecution and have been branded as “infiltrators” by right-wing politicians and activists. For more, read Max Blumenthal’s article, […]

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Israeli PR Head issued warnings over racist, offensive Facebook postings

 Monday August 19, 2013 00:28 by Celine Hagbard – IMEMC News Danny Seaman, who recently became the head of Israel’s ‘Internet Hasbara (Hebrew for Propaganda)’ branch of the government, has been issued a warning by the Netanyahu administration for a series of racist and offensive postings against Palestinians, Arabs, Muslims and Japanese people on his […]

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Israel: A Theater of Horrors: In Israel’s trade catalog, arms and asylum seekers are equal commodities

More at http://bit.ly/arms4africans In Israel’s trade catalog, arms and asylum seekers are equal commodities With arbitrary arrest and detention, forcible transfer, withholding of basic human rights, the imposition of birth control measures and now an arms-for-asylum-seekers deal which amounts to little more than human trafficking, Israel has become a theater of horrors for Africans. By […]

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Israel to ‘probe’ birth control for Ethiopian immigrants (Again…)

Maan News Agency | Febr 27, 2013 JERUSALEM (Reuters) — Israel’s Health Ministry has ordered an investigation into whether government employees or health workers prescribed a birth control drug to Ethiopian immigrant women as a way to control the population. Haaretz reported on Thursday that a senior official had decided to name a team to […]

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Jerusalem Post’s Self-Censorship Protects Leading Religious Leader, Cleanses Israeli Racism ~ by @Richards1052

Richard Silverstein | Tikun Olam | December 20, 2012 The lady–and the article–vanishes Mysterious censored Jerusalem Post article This post began the way a good number of them do: an enterprising Israeli noticed a newspaper article had been available online for an hour or a day or a year and then, all of a sudden, it […]

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Israel’s Forced Contraception of Ethiopian women causes decline in Birthrate: A Flagrant Violation of HumanRights

Dec 13, 2012 (Updated March 3, 2013) For some years now, Israel is forcing Ethiopian women to accept or are coerced to be injected with contraceptives. This is a flagrant violation of the human fundamental right to reproduction. Although Israeli media use the term “sterilization” which is now causing (again) some international -for Israel- unwanted […]

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SHOCKING VIDEO “May you be raped in your grave!”~ Knesset candidate May Golan to Israeli protecting African from Jewish mob

Published on Dec 11, 2012 by bluepilgrimage Anti-African KKKhanukah Rally #2 Tel Aviv – December 10, 2012: This event was (A) a celebration of the Jewish holiday of Chanukah (B) a political rally for the Strength For Israel party & (C) a protest to deport all the non-Jewish African asylum-seekers out of Israel. Meet Israel’s […]

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Detaining Africans latest step in making Israel an ethnocracy

Sophie Crowe | The Electronic Intifada | Tel Aviv 2 March 2012 Israel is moving to criminalize and detain asylum-seekers. (Oren Ziv / ActiveStills) Levinsky Park sits just across from Tel Aviv’s central bus station, a rundown, bustling neighborhood in the city’s south known for its large migrant worker community and municipal neglect. For years […]

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