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Evo's Bolivia Slams Israel's Trump-Style ‘Apartheid Wall’ | News | teleSUR English


Evo's Bolivia Slams Israel's Trump-Style ‘Apartheid Wall’ | News | teleSUR English: Ramos compared the expansion of Israel’s wall to the one U.S. President Donald Trump is planning to construct along the Mexican border, calling both “samples of imperialism," according to HispanTV.

“We already know that the International Court of Justice, ICJ, has already ruled on the legal consequences of this wall of shame in Palestine,” Ramos said, citing the court’s 2004 decision against the wall. The ICJ ruled that year that Israel's construction of the “apartheid wall” was illegal and ordered that construction stop immediately.

Israel, however, has ignored the ruling and has since announced plans to continue building settlements in the occupied West Bank. Last month, the settler state announced plans for 3,000 more settlement homes.

This isn’t the first time Bolivia’s socialist government has stood up against Israel in solidarity with Palestine. The ruling Movement for Socialism party has a long history of supporting Palestine’s struggle for liberation.

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