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Discrimination Vs. Coexistence

Photo of settler graffiti on a door in Hebron, reading ‘KILL ALL ARABS.’

Graffiti like this is often found on Palestinian houses near the Israeli settlements in Hebron.
Dec. 28, 2002 – Hebron, West Bank, Palestine
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Evidence indicates that coexistence is possible if the current imbalance of power and policies of discrimination are overturned.

One of the most commonly-held myths about the conflict between Israelis and Palestinians is that it is intractable due to ancient racism. In reality, as discussed in the secion on history, this conflict is not ancient, and there is no deep-seated hatred for Jews or Judaism in the Middle East. In fact, Jewish people have historically been treated quite well in Muslim and Arab countries.

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Additional Resources

Human Rights Watch – Second Class: Discrimination Against Palestinian Arab Children in Israel’s Schools

Jews for Justice – The Arab Citizens of Israel

Organizations

Association for Civil Rights in Israel

Seeds of Peace

Mossawa Center: The Advocacy Center for Arab Citizens of Israel


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