Days of Palestine – Nablus
On Wednesday evening, the Israeli occupation forces deployed several concrete blocks on the road leading to Mount Sobeih in Beita town near Nablus City. At the same time, local youths continued to stage their night protests in the area.
According to local sources, the Israeli occupation forces placed several concrete blocks leading to the al-Huta area near Mount Sobeih.
Meanwhile, local youths rallied near the mount and torched dozens of tires as part of the daily evening and night protests they stage in the area to force the Israeli occupation to dismantle the outpost on Mount Sobeih, which overlooks Palestinian towns.
Today Israeli-only roads across the West Bank have become a defining feature of the apartheid policies implemented by Israel in the Palestinian territories.
In addition to violating Palestinians’ freedom of movement and access, with serious repercussions for health, education and livelihoods, the apartheid roads have consolidated and strengthened the presence of Israeli colonies across the West Bank, ensuring superior access for settlers at the expense of the indigenous Palestinians.
The consequences include an inability to access core services and increased forced displacement pressures for Palestinians.
However, the impact of the apartheid roads extends beyond their humanitarian consequences as they destroy both the economic and political prospects of the Palestinian people.
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The territorial fragmentation created by the roads is according to UN OCHA, ‘at the root of the West Bank’s declining economy,’ while their continued construction is making a just solution to the illegal occupation increasingly difficult to envisage.
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Although Israel’s occupation policies have led to analogies being drawn with South African apartheid, as several commentators have noted, the presence of these roads represents a situation much worse than the apartheid in South Africa;
“When Israel…connects the 200-or-so settlements, with a road, and then prohibits the Palestinians from using that road, or in many cases even crossing the road, this perpetrates even worse instances of apartness, or apartheid, than we witnessed even in South Africa.”
Former US President Jimmy Carter