Palestinians Treated Worse than Blacks Under Apartheid


Andrew Sullivan describes the life of Palestinians near an Israeli settlement:

These Palestinian Arabs were subject to constant harassment and violence
from the Jewish settlers nearby. Kristof adds every caveat - about
security, about double-standards, etc. But I fail to see how this kind
of governing system, brutally punishing people for being the wrong
ethnicity and religion and using the apparatus of the state to
impoverish and marginalize them, is somehow in a different moral zone
than apartheid. Could a reader mount a case for a clear difference? I
think even parts of Soweto were allowed to access the national grid.