I first attempt to draw a comparison between the Israel-Palestine conflict and the South African
experience of apartheid. Drawing on other established sources and personal experience,
I conclude that, while there may be some differences between the two contexts, in essence,
the similar experiences of colonialisation and racialisation makes the apartheid comparison
compellingly relevant. I then proceed to theologically explore the themes of justice and
reconciliation and what it may mean in the context of Israel-Palestine whilst extracting from
the South African experience. The article also offers some reflections on the role of the Church
in addressing the Israel-Palestine conflict.