– denying the Palestinian right of self determinaties in historic Palestine, while at the same time supporting the Jewish right of self-determination in historic Palestine
The Palestinian people – the Jews – did self-determine in the 1940s. You’re conflating Arab nationalism with Palestinians. Those are not the same thing. Opposing the Labour Party is not “anti-British”. Opposing the white nationalist wing of the Republican Party is not “anti-American”. And opposing Arab nationalism can never be “anti-Palestinian”.
– denying the Palestinian refugees’ right of return to their or their ancestors’ original place of residence before they fled or were expelled in the conflict with Zionism
There are no Palestinian refugees. I think you mean Palestine refugees. What is an “ancestors’ original place of residence”. What if the residence no longer exists. What if the local authorities have sequestioned the property. What if it is longer than the Mejel’s statute of limitations.
Having a disagreement about real estate property law cannot possibly be anti-Palestinian.
– denying Palestinians citizens equal rights to other citizens of the same state
Citizens of every state should advocate for whatever policies they like. If a particular citizen doesn’t feel she has equal rights (say an American who feels disenfranchised by a 10 Commandments monument in a public park, or by abortion funding) they should have every right to lawfully advocate for a change of law. An especially important value in places like Palestine, Lebanon, the UK and Syria where advocacy rights around questions of Palestine are massively curtailed.
I think we can all agree with this proposal.
– structurally discriminatie against Palestinian citizens of a state by e.g. a discriminatory land policy, discriminatory housing and development plans or permits, or discriminatory budget assignments
I’m not sure what a “Palestinian citizens of a state” is. Citizens of foreign countries always face discrimination because the a country’s law apply only to itself. Citizens of Palestine should certainly not face discrimination in Palestine, and if they do they should vote for legislators who will change the law to their liking.
– denying a (possible, future) Palestinian state equal rights to any other state
The State of Palestine was created and recognized by almost the entire world in 1988. It is the most important country on earth by far; and has far more military, economic and military power than, say, the United States (just look at the recent vote by the State of Palestine condemning the United States). I don’t think you have to worry about the State of Palestine not getting a fair shake.
– demonizing Palestinians by making hostile generalisations that are not based on facts, e.g. by denying that Palestinian resistance to Zionism is chiefly motivated by resistance to its disposession by Zionism
Well, reasonable people can disagree on what motivates Islamic violence. We certainly cannot stop people debating the Koran and the sociology of Arab nationalist culture.
A good rule of thumb is that it is not racist to treat minorities the way Jews are treated in the State of Palestine. You can’t go wrong by playing the “what’s good for the goose is good for the gander”.