Extremely Apartheid: ’Israel’ Restricts Group for Calling it ‘Apartheid’
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So-called "Israeli" education minister Yoav Gallant issued the directive on Sunday after the "Israeli" advocacy group B’Tselem used the designation against the Zionist entity for the first time in its 31-year history.
Apartheid points to the extreme racist practices that used to be carried out against black people by South Africa’s former ruling system.
B’Tselem said as an “apartheid” entity, "Israel" systematically oppresses the Palestinians via military occupation and racist measures. The regime, it said, subjects Palestinians - whether throughout the occupied territories or the "Israeli"-blockaded Gaza Strip - to “laws, practices, and organized violence to cement the supremacy of one group over another.”
An "Israeli" rights group says the entity is not a democracy but an “apartheid regime” that systematically oppresses Palestinians via military occupation and racist laws.
Gallant said the rights groups have to be blocked out of schools as they “act in contradiction with the education system’s goals.”
He listed some of what he called undesirable activities by the groups, including “calling 'Israel' false derogatory names,” “discouraging meaningful service” in the "Israeli" military, and opposing "Israel" as a “Jewish, Zionist, and democratic” entity.