Attacking Apartheid

Attacking Apartheid

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December 6, 2013
 

Banned by the apartheid State of South Africa, and classified as terrorists by the United States, Nelson Mandela and his comrades in the African National Congress were solid supporters of the Palestinian liberation struggle. As noted at Electronic Intifada, President Mandela voiced his solidarity with the Palestinian people by calling on the world to support Palestinian self-determination and offering his government’s assistance to the nation of Palestine.

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