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Haaretz February 11, 2019 Almog Ben Zikri

Increasingly, however, the Bedouin raze the buildings themselves to avoid paying the state the cost of tearing them down.


Haaretz February 11, 2019 Shira Kadari-Ovadia

Educators attribute 60-percent increase over five years in enrollment to bilingual schools to growing frustration over lack of progress on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


Haaretz February 10, 2019 Lior Dattel

The Israeli Council of Higher Education calls these statistics a 'revolution'.


Haaretz February 9, 2019 Jack Khoury

Tibi called on the three other parties that had comprised the Joint List alliance to sign a vote-sharing agreement but ruled out joining forces outright.


Ynet News February 9, 2019 Adir Yanko

Education Ministry officials accuse Kohelet Policy Forum of using the new textbook to promote a conservative right-wing agenda and orders the NGO to change the terminology to be inclusive of the community's history and beliefs.


Ynet News February 9, 2019 Avinoam Porat

24-year-old medical engineering student from the northern village of Daliat el-Carmel makes history for track and field win, says she hopes to be an inspiration to other women in her community.


Haaretz February 8, 2019 Osnat Nir

The plan excludes residents of Wadi Ara, most of whom work in other cities and commute daily through heavy traffic.


Haaretz February 8, 2019 Jack Khoury

Tibi called on the three other parties that had comprised the Joint List alliance to sign a vote-sharing agreement but ruled out joining forces outright.


MEMO Middle East Monitor February 8, 2019 Staff

The Legal Centre for Arab Minority Rights in Israel – Adalah – has sent a letter to the Central Elections Committee Chairman, Judge Hanan Meltzer, and Interior Minister, Aryeh Deri, demanding them to guarantee the right of Palestinian citizens of Israel in the Negev to vote.


The Jerusalem Post February 7, 2019 Ilanit Chernick

In 2016, the Austrian government presented its Intercultural Achievement Award in the Innovation category to Givat Haviva's Center for a Shared Society.


Jewish Press February 7, 2019 David Israel

Bank of Israel Director General Mr. Hezi Kalo delivered remarks at the inauguration of the Technological Institute for Young Druze Empowerment in Dalyat al-Carmel on the Carmel mountains, an initiative of the Druze Veterans Association, in conjunction with the Israel Chamber of Information Technology.


MEMO Middle East Monitor February 5, 2019 Staff

The Israeli authorities in Tiberias have broken into the historic Al-Bahr Mosque in order to start turning it into a museum, Al-Resalah reported on Monday. The move violates a 2000 agreement between the authorities and the Palestinian community in Israel to maintain the status quo at the mosque, which has been closed ever since.


The Times of Israel February 3, 2019 Michael Bachner

Death from disease reduced among all population groups in last two decades, according to data released ahead of World Cancer Day.


Haaretz February 2, 2019 Chemi Shalev

The party’s new Jewish representative Ofer Cassif is a radical firebrand sure to become the right’s favorite punching bag.


i24 News February 2, 2019 Staff

As the fate of the alliance between Israel's Arab political parties remains uncertain in the run up to April elections, the Jewish-Arab Hadash party on Friday re-elected Member of Knesset (MK) Ayman Odeh as chairman.


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