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MSNBC host, Ali Velshi, calls out Israeli apartheid. This is huge - and might be the first time on a major American news network that someone criticizes Israel so explicitly.

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Israel's Apartheid Against Palestinians: Cruel System of Domination and Crime Against Humanity (2022) - Amnesty International documents the history of Israel's policies & practices that oppress Palestinians while privileging Israelis across Israel & the Occupied Palestinian Territories. [00:14:36]

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