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Haaretz November 14, 2019 Jack Khoury

Magazine suggests politician's rise all the more extraordinary in light of greater obstacles faced by non-Jewish politicians in Israel.

The Jewish News of Northern California November 11, 2019 Andrew Gilbert

Indeed, the Israeli Arab was one of the founders of the Polyphony Conservatory in Nazareth, an initiative that promotes coexistence in Israel and the West Bank by bringing Arabs and Jews together to play music.

Israel Hayom November 11, 2019 Staff

Meanwhile, in the Netanyahu versus Gantz showdown for the premiership, the country still split.

The Times of Israel November 10, 2019 TOI Staff

Doctors forced to declare girl dead shortly after she was brought to hospital in need of medical treatment.

The Jerusalem Post November 10, 2019 Leon Sverdlov

"The Arab minority has now burst into excellence in math and science."

Arutz Sheva November 8, 2019 Hezki Baruch

MK Moshe Arbel clarifies comments in radio interview in which he appeared to suggest that Joint List MK could serve as Justice Minister.

Haaretz November 8, 2019 Yaniv Kubovich

Military prosecutors obtained video of the incident early in investigation, convincing them that the soldiers' version of the incident is unreliable.

The Times of Israel November 7, 2019 TOI Staff

TV report says suspects were spotted scoping out Naser Abu Taha’s home in the southern town of Omer days before deadly attack. 

Foreign Policy November 5, 2019 Eetta Prince-Gibson

Seeking to form a government, Benny Gantz is meeting with the Arab Joint List. What does that mean for the political future of its constituency?

Haaretz November 5, 2019 Or Kashti

There are four Arabic-speaking preschools in Nof Haglil, but nowhere for children to go afterward. Frustrated by false promises, these families are taking the case to the Supreme Court.

Israel Hayom November 5, 2019 Dr. Eithan Orkibi

As the Hebrew translation of writer Odeh Bisharat's second novel, "Dunya," hits the bookshelves, Bisharat sits down with Israel Hayom to discuss the "tragedy of immense proportions" that befell Israel's Arab population in 1948 and how airing "dirty laundry" through literature can bring people closer.

Jerusalem Post November 4, 2019 Leon Sverdlov

AlAmouri reportedly saw his older brother Mohammed strangle their sister, Najlaa.

Haaretz November 3, 2019 Jack Khoury and Noa Shpigel

Last week four people were murdered in Arab towns in Israel.

Haaretz November 1, 2019 Noa Shpigel

The 47-year-old contractor from the Lower Galilee is the 79th person killed amid gun violence in the Arab society in 2019.

Haaretz November 1, 2019 Nir Hasson

Separation barrier and tough job market seen as spurring spike of East Jerusalem residents on campus.

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