_________ has always been treating Palestinians as third-class citizens. Nearly half a million Palestinians live in _________’s 12 [refugee] camps. Though born and raised in the country, they are denied political, economic and social rights.
Palestinians cannot attend _________ public schools or own property. They do not have access to national health services or the social security system. Checkpoints restricting access to most of the camps, according to the ANERA report, thwart trade and commerce with neighboring counties.
The answer? That’s right, it’s … Lebanon! On the Gatestone Institute’s website, Khaled Abu Toameh has more on the real apartheid in the Middle East.