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I share in his disgust.

Blacks in the S.A. of old experienced real discrimination, real hardships, and to see the system used to oppress them so disingenuously used against the Jewish state in order to politically malign and demonize them on the international level, is a gross miscarriage of justice, and belittles the experiences Black S.Africans endured.

NOTE: The S.A. government should take care in not repeating old mistakes and ensure that white citizens, as well as all others, are equally protected under the law.

Dr. Kenneth Meshoe

I believe that it is slanderous and deceptive for Israel’s self-defense measures against the terrorists’ campaign of suicide bombing, rocket attacks and other acts of terrorism that have occurred, and continue to occur, to be labeled as apartheid. I am shocked by the claim that the free, diverse, democratic state of Israel practices apartheid. This ridiculous accusation trivializes the word apartheid, minimizing and belittling the magnitude of the racism and suffering endured by South Africans of color.

Pro-Palestinian ads misrepresent apartheid

By: Rev. Dr. Kenneth Meshoe | 05/15/13 5:46 PM
Special To The S.F. Examiner
anti-Israel Muni ad
These new Muni ads compare Israel’s treatment of Palestine to apartheid.

On my recent trip to San Francisco, I was deeply disturbed to learn about the posters in The City accusing Israel of apartheid. As a black South African who lived under apartheid, this system was implemented in South Africa to subjugate people of color and deny them a variety of their rights. In my view, Israel cannot be compared to apartheid in South Africa. Those who make the accusation expose their ignorance of what apartheid really is.

Apartheid was a legal system of segregation and oppression based on skin color, with a very small white minority dominating over the vast majority of people of color.

As a black South African under apartheid, I, among other things, could not vote, nor could I freely travel the landscape of South Africa. No person of color could hold high government office. The races were strictly segregated at sports arenas, public restrooms, schools and on public transportation. People of color had inferior hospitals, medical care and education. If a white doctor was willing to take a black patient, he had to examine him or her in a back room or some other hidden place.

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