Description - Apartheid Israel by Uri Davis
Since its establishment in 1948, Israel has violated most UN Security Council and General Assembly resolutions, including amassing weapons of mass destruction in violation of international law. The policies used against Palestinians have included mass deportation, population transfers and ethnic cleansing, prolonged military government, and economic, social, cultural, civil and political strangulation. This up-to-date analysis of the inherent racism in the legal foundations of the State of Israel gives a sense of new emerging anti-Zionist currents within Israel/Palestine.
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Author Biography - Uri Davis
Uri Davis is an honorary research fellow at the Universities of Durham and Exeter. He is chairman of Al-Beit, the Association for the Defence of Human Rights in Israel; founder member of the Movement Against Israeli Apartheid in Palestine (MAIAP); and an observer-member of the Palestine National Council. He has published extensively in the field of democracy and human rights in Israel and Palestine, and his recent books include Citizenship and the State in the Middle East (co-edited, Syracuse University Press, 2000). Apartheid Israel is a sequel to Israel: An Apartheid State (Zed Books, 1987).