In the Media

The Times of Israel June 13, 2018 Raphael Ahren

While Israel is a Jewish state, it 'respects the traditions and the heritage of our region,' Michael Oren tells his Muslim guests.


Haaretz June 13, 2018 Noa Shpigel

Jafar Farah, roughed up when he was detained during a protest against the army's fatal shootings of Gaza demonstrators, says he has just been informed of a new police charge against him.


Haaretz June 13, 2018 Jonathan Lis

Joint List petitions court after plenum blocks submission of proposal defining Israel's identity.


Haaretz June 12, 2018 Josh Breiner

The physician, who claimed she didn't see the man's wounded body, was not questioned despite conflicting evidence.


Haaretz June 12, 2018 Jack Khoury

Adalah leaders urge Israel's attorney general to start a 'neutral' investigation after inconclusive results published by police of the January 2017 violence in which a policeman and a Bedouin man were killed.


The Times of Israel June 12, 2018 TOI Staff

Animals must now be electronically tagged and supervised, in bid to stop fatal road collisions -- 15 over 10 years; Arab MKs say state should allocate grazing areas instead. 


Haaretz June 11, 2018 Gidi Weitz

Yakub Abu al-Kiyan was fatally shot a moment before his car ran over policeman Erez Levy in the Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran.


Haaretz June 11, 2018 Jack Khoury

Sahar Issawi and her husband, Firas Asali, were also asked to present their marriage license. One other couple on the same return flight from Crete to Israel was strip searched. They were also Arab citizens.


Jewish News Syndicate June 10, 2018 Ariel Ben Solomon

Israel continues to struggle in dealing with the unregulated settlements and growing lawlessness among Bedouin in the Negev Desert.


Arutz Sheva June 8, 2018 Hezki Baruch

MK Zahalka says gay marriage is 'absolutely not' on agenda.”


Jewish Telegraphic Agency June 8, 2018 Larry Luxner

They appeared to be from backgrounds as diverse as Jerusalem itself: a Jewish boy sporting a Captain America kippah, a working-class Arab man, an elegant blonde woman in her 60s, a bespectacled Arab boy no older than 10, a yeshiva educator from a Yemenite family.


Tech Crunch June 7, 2018 Jonathan Shieber

The billions of capital and transformational opportunity that building startups affords to economies has largely been denied entrepreneurs in Israel’s Arab community and in Palestine.


Israel National News June 6, 2018 Neri Weiss

MK Jamal Zahalka urges world to continue pressuring Israel after cancellation of friendly match between Israeli and Argentine teams.


New York Times June 6, 2018 Isabel Kershner

RAHAT, Israel — The Bedouin town of Rahat, in the Negev desert, has a reputation among many Israelis as a wild, lawless and generally no-go zone.


Haaretz June 6, 2018 Almog Ben Zikri

Housing minister declares the Negev desert is under attack from 'agricultural terrorism' and calls to strengthen the Jewish hold on the region


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