Silencing anti-Jewish racist Arab crimes in Israel:
Systematically, the state does not attribute a nationalist motive for arson offenses
Jonathan Gottlieb. Channel 7, Feb 2 ’22.
– Out of 374 cases opened for arson on a nationalist background, the offense appeared in only 6 indictments. “As a rule, no racist motive is attributed.”
The Ministry of Justice admits that even in cases of arson on a nationalist background, the state systematically refrains from filing an indictment in conjunction with the nationalist motive.
If “Human rights groups” had ever been fair to Israel and not hijacked by propagandists, only then it would be a point in sending these usual examples of Arabs getting preferential treatment…
Regarding the source of the conflict, aka bigotry, among the big mistakes the Brits did in 1920 was to reinstate the Falastin newspaper which the Turks banned for its racism in Apr-1914. (See Elie Kedourie, ‘Zionism & Arabism in Palestine and Israel’, reprinted 2015, p. 8)
“among the big mistakes the Brits did in 1920 was to reinstate the Falastin newspaper which the Turks banned for its racism in Apr-1914”
That newspaper and the people who ran it started Palestinian nationalism.