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Israel just declared its apartheid regime in the West Bank | Middle East Eye

10.2.17

Israel just declared its apartheid regime in the West Bank | Middle East Eye: What the law does, however, is significantly alter Israel’s legal relationship with the Palestinians under its military control in the West Bank.

For the first time, Israel’s parliament, not its military administration, has put forth rules over the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and their property rights.

Under the Israeli judicial system, the law legalises settlements constructed on Palestinian private land unauthorised by the military, so long as the settlers acted "in good faith" and received some kind of assistance from the state.


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