Coinciding with Yom Ha'atzmaut, Israel's independence day, Palestinians across the world mounted demonstrations and protests to fight for their deeply held belief that Israel should not be a Jewish nation.
Typically, this feeling manifests on college campuses, with renewed calls for boycotting Israeli products, or stunts to bring attention to so-called "apartheid Israel.”
Of course, this is all done while unironically they clutch their new iPhones which are built with with components made in Israel.
Stanford University in California had a more eventful week than most, with Palestinian activists publishing a cartoon that the local Jewish club called “anti-Semitic” and “Judeophobic”.
I visited the “apartheid wall” set up by Palestinian activists at Stanford to try to ask them a few questions (which they weren’t keen on answering), as well as to ask random students if they thought Israel was an apartheid state, too.
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