'Comparing Israel and apartheid South Africa is one of the great taboos of our time. This collection breaks the taboo in examining settler colonialism and apartheid in both Israel itself and the Occupied Palestinian Territory.'
John Dugard, former Special Rapporteur to the UN Human Rights Council
'A key book for deepening the discussion of Israel as an apartheid state of a special kind, and for exploring a different future for Palestinians. The essays give no easy answers, but much food for thought, and for hope.'
Victoria Brittain, journalist and author of Shadow Lives: The Forgotten Women of the War on Terror
'Israel is trying to refine the nefarious policy of apartheid to keep the Palestinian people apart. This book cogently argues the inefficacy of the policy of divide and rule. A must read.'
Arun Gandhi, founder of the M. K. Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
'Nine superbly qualified authors confirm from a variety of perspectives the allegations of apartheid directed at Israel. This book is profoundly convincing, and should put an end to serious debate about whether Israel is guilty of apartheid.'
Richard Falk, author of Palestine: The Legitimacy of Hope
'Demonstrates how Apartheid as a political system of segregation is not specific to any particular race or country, and why invoking it in the context of Israel /Palestine is both instructive and instrumental.'
Marwan Bishara, Al Jazeera English, and author of Palestine/Israel: Peace or Apartheid
'One of the most important volumes on the issue of Israeli apartheid.'
Farid Esack, University of Johannesburg
'For Israel and its allies, any talk of apartheid remains anathema … The essays in this book are evidence of how insightful, and fruitful, such a comparison and analysis can be.'
Journal of Palestine Studies