In the Media

The Times of Israel January 22, 2018 Staff

Ushers haul all 13 Joint List lawmakers out of plenum after they hold up signs reading 'Jerusalem is the capital of Palestine.'


The Times of Israel January 21, 2018 Jessica Steinberg

Teachers and language schools are noticing a rise in the number of locals learning Arabic, although attitudes and angles depend on who's teaching, and where.


The Jerusalem Post January 18, 2018 Ben Lynfield

Camel accidents have taken the lives of fifteen people since 2008 and injured 350 others.


Ynet News January 18, 2018 Guy Lieberman, Lior Eilati

Confidential documents obtained by Yedioth Ahronoth reveal how Israel’s internal security service operated in the Arab sector for years, in cooperation with the Education Ministry, to remove teachers and principals and thwart the appointments of educators considered hostile to the State of Israel; in many cases, the disqualified teachers were unaware of the real reason for their dismissal.


The Jerusalem Post January 16, 2018 Tal Lev Ram/Maariv

Defense Ministry benefits and occupational training are behind a recent boost in minority recruiting.


The Jerusalem Post January 15, 2018 Kenneth Bandler

Bridging the gaps between the Beduin and Jewish societies.


Israel Hayom January 15, 2018 Niki Gutman

Israeli Bedouin are showing increasing radicalization since U.S. President Donald Trump's Dec. 6 recognition of Jerusalem as capital of Israel; Former Shin Bet official points to marriages between Bedouin, Palestinians as a contributing factor.


Haaretz January 11, 2018 Jack Khoury

Israel’s Interior Ministry has refused to issue a new Israeli identification card to a 23-year-old man from the Arab town of Umm al-Fahm who was detained without trial for security crimes and released.


Haaretz January 11, 2018 Adam Raz

Israel's first ruling party, Mapai, was torn about the status of Arabs who remained in the country after the War of Independence; almost 70 years later, the 'Arab question' has yet to be answered.


+972 Magazine January 10, 2018 Thabet Abu Ras and Amnon Be’eri Sulitzeanu

The rising violence in Israel’s Arab society hurts citizens and limits their ability to develop economically. But the police are unlikely to adequately address crime rates in Arab towns if they cannot work in cooperation with the local population.


US News and World Report January 9, 2018 Sarah Toth Stub

After nearly a year on the job, Hana Mansour Khatib says she is already seeing the impact she can make as the first female judge in Israel's Islamic, or sharia court system. 


Haaretz January 9, 2018 Revital Hovel

Khaled Kabub is one candidate on the list published by Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked. Half of the candidates are religiously observant, and only one quarter are women.


Forward January 4, 2018 Linda Gradstein

For local Christians, the question of whether Pence does or doesn’t come is moot — they won’t meet with him.


JWeekly January 4, 2018 Bill Strubbe

Whizzing along coastal Highway 2 between Tel Aviv and Haifa, few drivers think to turn off into Jisr az-Zarqa, Israel’s only Mediterranean seaside Arab village. 


Times of Israel January 4, 2018 Jordan Hoffman

Maysaloun Hamoud doesn't apologize for her opinions. As a result, her cinematic critique of Israeli racism, now playing in the US, is one of the best movies on the festival circuit


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