12 Transnat'l L. & Contemp. Probs. 245 (2002)
A Horse Is a Horse, of Course - Israel and the United Nations Conference on Racism

handle is hein.journals/tlcp12 and id is 259 raw text is: A Horse Is a Horse, Of Course?
Israel and the United Nations' Conference on Racism
Katrina Sandberg*
I.  INTRODUCTION    ........................................................................ 246
II. THE HISTORICAL ROOTS OF THE PROBLEM OF APARTHEID ..... 248
A. South Africa's History Before Apartheid Rule ............... 248
B. Israel's Historical Legal Development ............................ 249
1. The  Creation  of Israel ................................................. 249
2. Israel's Need for National Defense ............................. 249
3. Israel's  Internal Security ............................................ 251
III. A COMPARISON OF THE LAWS OF ISRAEL AND
PRE-MAJORITY RULE SOUTH AFRICA ...................................... 251
A .  Political R ights  ................................................................ 252
1. South Africa's Limits on Political Freedom ................ 252
a. Limits on Political Organization
and  Expression  ...................................................... 252
b. Separate Governing Bodies ................................... 253
2. Palestinian Political Rights in a Jewish State ........... 254
3. Israel Guarantees More Political Rights to
Palestinians Than Apartheid South Africa
D id  to  B lacks ................................................................. 255
B. Limits on Freedom of Movement and Property
O w nership  ........................................................................  255
1. South Africa and the Pass Laws ................................. 256
2. South Africa's Homeland Policy ................................. 258
3. Land Rights and Equal Protection in Israel .............. 259
4. Palestinians Enjoy Greater Land Rights in Israel
Than Blacks in South Africa ....................................... 260
J.D., University of Iowa College of Law (2003); B.A., University of Notre Dame (2000).

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