7.11.09

It is possible!

The Wall. The symbol of Apartheid in Palestine. I always believed it must fall. I thought of a million ways to bring it down. A bulldozer, and excavator, bombs, earthquakes... a million other ways.
Aparently, all it has ever needed is a handful of committed individuals. Now that's easy to find, isn't it?

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

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非凡 said...

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thelocalguide said...

I know they say "it's for protection" and since I've never been there my opinion isn't one of the most valid but I see that wall pretty much as another Berlin wall.

Anonymous said...

As soon as I saw the words "apartheid wall" I knew I was entering a blog that has a problem with intellectual honesty.
1) Very little of the barrier is a wall, most of it is fence.
2) "Apartheid" means division between races or ethnic groups. Since both Jews and Arabs live on either side of the wall, it makes no sense to talk about "apartheid." I am a lecturer in an Israeli college and my classes include Jews, Moslem Arabs, Christian Arabs, and Druze. By using the term "apartheid" in an Israeli setting you are spitting in the faces of people who suffered from genuine apartheid in South Africa. Shame on you!!!
3) This whole "apartheid wall" stunt is just a political crime against the English language, exactly the kind of thing that troubled George Orwell more than half a century ago. All you want is to produce an irrational emotional reaction in people who know nothing about the realities of the Middle East. Why not try talking about "the global warming wall" or "the swine-flu wall" - perhaps you will be able to confuse even more idiots.

Anonymous said...

As soon as I saw the words "apartheid wall" I knew I was entering a blog that has a problem with intellectual honesty.
1) Very little of the barrier is a wall, most of it is fence.
2) "Apartheid" means division between races or ethnic groups. Since both Jews and Arabs live on either side of the wall, it makes no sense to talk about "apartheid." I am a lecturer in an Israeli college and my classes include Jews, Moslem Arabs, Christian Arabs, and Druze. By using the term "apartheid" in an Israeli setting you are spitting in the faces of people who suffered from genuine apartheid in South Africa. Shame on you!!!
3) This whole "apartheid wall" stunt is just a political crime against the English language, exactly the kind of thing that troubled George Orwell more than half a century ago. All you want is to produce an irrational emotional reaction in people who know nothing about the realities of the Middle East. Why not try talking about "the global warming wall" or "the swine-flu wall" - perhaps you will be able to confuse even more idiots.

nina said...

say that to desmond tutu, then anon.