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The Times of Israel May 11, 2021 Staff

Arab Israeli shot dead amid violent riots by Arab mob in Lod, two Jewish residents arrested; Jewish-owned homes attacked along with school, synagogue, hospital.


Israel Hayom May 11, 2021 Staff

Riots reported across the country, with protesters burning tires, blocking roads, and shots fired. One person killed in shooting in mixed Arab-Jewish city of Lod. Dozens arrested in unrest.


Haaretz May 9, 2021 Nir Hasson, Yanal Jbareen, and Fatima Khamaisi

Traditionally, Arab citizens of Israel have refrained from joining the struggles of Palestinians. The recent protests in Jerusalem, however, mark a dramatic shift.


The Times of Israel May 3, 2021 TOI Staff

Residents of nearby villages set up help stations for thousands making their way home; large lines at mobile units in Tel Aviv as residents wait for hours to donate.


Haaretz May 2, 2021 Yael Belkin

Mouna Maroun’s trajectory as a neuroscientist extends from a Druze village to a postdoc in France and department head in Haifa. She is now developing a treatment to erase the negative emotions that accompany trauma – and also working to open the door to an academic future for young Israeli Arabs.


Israel 21c April 25, 2021 Abigail Klein Leichman

Two physics PhDs from divergent backgrounds channeled their professional and personal friendship into a high-tech venture.


The Jerusalem Post April 25, 2021 Tzvi Joffre

Israeli politicians and leaders offered warm wishes to the Druze community on the occasion of the holiday, during which Druze carry out a pilgrimage to the shrine at Jethro's burial site.


Haaretz April 20, 2021 Noa Shpigel and Netael Bandel

The Supreme Court says 'reality in which educational services for a third of the city’s students are supplied by private schools or public schools outside the local authority is not reasonable'.


The Jerusalem Post April 19, 2021 Staff

The program delivers, tahini, sugar, salt, halva, soups, drinks and sweets, among other items, to low income families unable to purchase the items for themselves.


Haaretz April 19, 2021 Moran Sharir

Activist and lawyer Ameer Fakhoury weighs in on an unprecedented time for Arabs in Israeli politics – and what that means for the Palestinian national movement within the country. 


Ctech April 18, 2021 Yafit Ovadia

The startup, led by two Israeli-Bedouin entrepreneurs, works to streamline onboarding Internet of Things (IoT) edge devices to cloud platforms by relying on AI and deep learning algorithms.


The Times of Israel April 18, 2021 Staff

In heartfelt interview, Lucy Aharish describes barrage of criticism over her marriage to actor Tsahi Halevi, says their child will make his own decisions on Judaism.


The Jerusalem Post April 12, 2021 Rosella Tercatin

Could the holiday lead to a new rise in infections?


The Times of Israel April 11, 2021 TOI Staff

Aseel Nama says taking part in monthlong search project was her ‘dream’; hers was the only 1-member team allowed, of 116 total.


Haaretz April 11, 2021 David B. Green

The prime minister is trying to convince Israel's far right to join a coalition that will rely on cooperation with the Islamists. But practical issues surrounding the Bedouin communities in the Negev are complicating his political maneuvers.


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