Legalized Discrimination: How Israel’s “Citizenship & Entry” law harms Palestinian families by design Co-hosted with Adalah: the Legal Center for Arab Minority Rights in Israel…
In February 2022, Amnesty International published a detailed and thorough report examining Israel’s treatment of Palestinians and concluding that it meets the legal definition of the crime of apartheid. With this conclusion, Amnesty joined the ranks of international and Israeli NGOs, including Human Rights Watch, B’Tselem, and Yesh Din, as well as Palestinian organizations and advocates, including Al Haq and Al Mezan, who have likewise concluded that that Israel’s treatment of Palestinians amounts to the crime of apartheid. And just last week, UN Special Rapporteur Michael Lynk articulated the same conclusion in an official report to the UN Security Council. FMEP has held a number of events exploring the meaning and implications of “apartheid” for understanding the Israeli regime and its treatment of Palestinians. Each event page includes links to additional resources on the discussion of apartheid.