Former Mossad chief says Israel is enforcing apartheid system in West Bank.

In a significant and thought-provoking development, a former chief of Israel’s Mossad intelligence agency, Tamir Pardo, boldly asserts that Israel is, indeed, implementing an apartheid system within the West Bank. This assertion, made during an interview with The Associated Press on Wednesday, places Pardo among the relatively small group of retired officials who have come forward to express support for this viewpoint—a perspective that, until now, has largely remained at the fringes of both Israeli domestic discourse and international diplomatic discussions.

Pardo’s statement underscores the gravity of the situation, as he joins the growing chorus of former high-ranking officials who have independently arrived at the conclusion that Israel’s treatment of Palestinians in the West Bank bears striking similarities to the apartheid regime that once plagued South Africa, a system that finally came to an end in 1994.

This perspective challenges the status quo and encourages open dialogue about the complex issues surrounding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It highlights the importance of considering diverse viewpoints and fostering discussions aimed at finding a just and lasting resolution to this long-standing and deeply rooted conflict.

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