A young Israeli Arab woman passionately refuted claims of Israel being an apartheid state, highlighting her own success as an electrical engineer with a master’s degree from Stanford University.
She emphasized that Israel provided equal opportunities for Arabs, including education, healthcare, and welfare, and stressed that 25% of the Israeli population is Arab, with most being Muslims.
“Israel gave us everything that it could give us even though we were Arabs and they’re calling Israel an apartheid,” she said of opponents. (Trending: Meet The Ultra Rich Megadonors Behind Democrats)
“They’re calling Israel, making ethnic genocide. And this point is actually like puzzling for me because 25% of the Israeli population is actually Arabs. Most of them are Muslims, more than 20% [of the population] are Muslims. I’m one of them, right?”
An Arab/Bedouin Israeli on the apartheid lie:
“If not for Israel I would probably be illiterate, penniless, herding sheep.But I have an electrical engineering degree, I have a masters from Stanford University, and I have my rights to live my life the way I wanted to live it.” pic.twitter.com/zANmmO23uy
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“And the Arabs in Israel are getting like equal rights, like they’re citizens for everything, getting welfare, education, health care, anything that a Jewish citizen would get,” she pressed.
“So how can you call this an apartheid or committing ethnical genocide?”
“I was born to a Bedouin family,” she said. “Bedouins are nomadic Arabs. My mother was and is penniless and illiterate. She doesn’t know reading and writing because her parents didn’t believe that women have the right to go to school; they should be on the fields and herd the sheep.”
She credited Israel for mandatory education, stating that without it, she would likely have been illiterate and impoverished.
“Israel, after it was founded, forced all children to go to school. It’s like mandatory. And it couldn’t stand that there are girls who are not getting educated. If not for Israel, I probably would be illiterate, penniless, herding sheep somewhere in the [Galilee area of Israel].”
“But I have an electrical engineering degree; I have a masters from Stanford University and I have my rights to live my life the way that I wanted to live them,” she said. “Israel gave us everything that it could give us even though we were Arabs.”
“People are talking about apartheid and ethnical genocide,” she added.
“It just doesn’t match the truth; it doesn’t match the reality. They need to go and read the facts. And it’s funny that sometimes it comes from intelligent students at elite universities saying this kind of nonsense.”
She challenged critics to examine the facts, expressing surprise that such claims are made even by intelligent individuals at elite universities.
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