Watch: A conversation between Chief Justice of the Republic of South Africa Mogoeng Mogoeng and the Chief Rabbi of South Africa Warren Goldstein.
Apartheid of the heart is a prejudice that focuses on any difference that allows us to see another human being as “other.”
As I see the police crackdown on demonstrators, I flash back to the social and political turmoil I witnessed during my youth in Cape Town.
Palestinian leadership, which views the West Bank as the territory of its state, has decried the move as illegal and a death blow to any future peace process.
There certainly cannot be any comparison to classic apartheid in South Africa where there was one country and the minority systematically suppressed the majority because of a racist ideology.
Despite recieving help from the Israeli government in the negotiated release of his 22-year imprisonment, Goldberg remained a vocal critic of Israel and avid supporter of the BDS movement.
Contrary to reports on a Harvard campus web portal, the NGO will not be hosting a session during the event later this month.
"The plan envisages a formalization of the current reality in the occupied Palestinian territory, in which two peoples are living side by side without equal rights."
"When there is a law [for some] and another discriminatory law [for others] it is called apartheid," Ahmed Tibi responded.
He was sagely prescient in warning about the snowballing confluence of anti-Zionism and antisemitism, going back to the mid-1970s.