In the Media

The Jerusalem Post November 20, 2017 Max Schindler

5,000 Arab engineers are employed today, up from 300 in 2007.

The Times of Israel November 18, 2017 Dov Lieber and video by Luke Tress

Though three women describe horrible mistreatment under marriage system, most Bedouin say new government initiative to tackle phenomenon misses mark.

The Jerusalem Post November 16, 2017 Ben Lynfield

“The award is for those who made an active contribution to shared and equal life between Arab and Jewish citizens.”

The Times of Israel November 16, 2017 AP and Staff

Scuffle breaks out between cleric's supporters and some 50 church members opposed to real estate deals struck with Jews.

Haaretz November 15, 2017 Meirav Arlosoroff

Leaders in the community question whether the government really intends to reduce discrimination in the state budget and follow through on development plans.

New York Jewish Week November 15, 2017 Michele Chabin

Survey shows majority of Jews think Arabs are treated fairly, but most Arabs feel left behind.

CTech by Calcalist November 15, 2017 Hagar Ravet

The cybersecurity sector has been closed-off to Israel’s Arab population, says Paz Hirshman, the organization’s co-CEO.

The Jerusalem Post November 15, 2017 Sarah Levi

The program’s launch will reach 93 communities in the North and is intended to reach fourth and fifth graders in the Jewish sector, and fourth to sixth graders in the non-Jewish sector.

The Jerusalem Post November 15, 2017 Max Schindler

MK Odeh welcomed the increased public expenditure, but added that the plan failed to address many of the other issues that Israeli Arabs face.

Jewish News November 13, 2017 Francine Wolfisz

The Shampoo Summit, directed by Iris Zaki, was honoured at this year’s Arts and Humanities Research in Film Awards.

Haaretz November 13, 2017 Jack Khoury

OECD's Angel Gurria told Arab lawmakers that he was worried by the slow progress of attempts to integrate Arab women and young Arab men into Israel's job market.

The Jewish News of Northern California November 13, 2017 Michael Kohn

Breaking down mistrust between Jews and Arabs who live in Israel might sound like a daunting mission, but it’s one that Asaf Ron and his colleagues at the Haifa-based Beit HaGefen Center take to the streets every day.

The Times of Israel November 13, 2017 Jacob Magid

Explaining decision, attorney cites statements made by Lehava leader Benzi Gopstein that encouraged violence against Arabs.

Ynet News November 11, 2017 Hassan Shaalan

In wake of another Bedouin infant being killed when struck by relative's car in Negev, region's citizens decry lack of basic infrastructure, secure public spaces in which children can play; 'Children want to breathe air. They want to play, but have nowhere to do it except on roads,' says resident; 10 children died when struck by cars so far this year.

Al-Monitor November 10, 2017 Shlomi Eldar

Arab Knesset member Issawi Frej is preparing for his appointment to the Israeli Knesset’s prestigious Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee, expecting criticism and skepticism from both Jews and Arabs alike.

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