Is there apartheid in Israel?
When entering Israel at airports, marine ports, and border crossings, Israel checks if someone has Israeli nationality or entry permits, like any other country.
Israel does not discriminate based on whether someone is Jewish or non-Jewish (i.e. Palestinian).
There are zero laws in Israel which ban certain Israeli citizens from living, traveling, buying, or working anywhere on the basis of whether they are Jewish or non-Jewish (i.e. Palestinian).
The basis for the apartheid libel is that nationals of the Palestinian Authority and Jordan require entry permits to enter Israel, as these are considered separate countries internationally.
However, the State of Israel does not segregate any of its citizens on the basis of Palestinian identity or heritage.
Clearly, it is a misrepresentation and diminishment of apartheid to classify Israel as an apartheid state.