In the Media

The Jerusalem Post August 13, 2020 Hagay Hacohen

The ACAC has become a space for exploring ancient water collecting methods, cherishing social relations and offering a new path forward in Arad’s cultural importance.

The Washington Post August 7, 2020 Ruth Eglash

They include an Ethiopian-born minister, an ultra-Orthodox Jewish lawmaker, a Druze lawmaker and the first Knesset member to wear a hijab.

The Times of Israel August 5, 2020 Sue Surkes

Officials in northern port city see blasts in Lebanese capital as ‘wake-up call,’ urge government to speed up efforts to move dangerous oil, petrochemical industries away from bay.

+972 Magazine August 5, 2020 Suha Arraf

After a massive blast rocks the Lebanese capital, Palestinian leaders in Israel begin raising funds and arranging to send a delegation of medical experts.

World Israel News August 2, 2020 Lauren Marcus

Hisham Abu Ria, the first Muslim officer in the IDF from a non-Bedouin background, spoke to Israel’s Kan News about the backlash he’s faced from the Arab community.

The Times of Israel July 29, 2020 TOI Staff

Government agrees to payouts for every child; discussions ongoing in Knesset Finance Committee after bill passes first vote

Arutz Sheva July 29, 2020 Hezki Baruch and Chana Roberts

Knesset rejects MK Kamal-Mreeh's proposal to amend Nationality Law, as Blue and White, Joint Arab List, MKs avoid voting.

Haaretz July 29, 2020 Jack Khoury

Vote to ban so-called conversion therapy laid bare a range of attitudes within the Joint List. But the most prominent one? To avoid an official stance.

Israel 21c July 28, 2020 Brian Blum

Arava Institute’s portable, self-operating wastewater mini treatment plant doesn’t need to be connected to the national sewer system.

The Christain Science Monitor July 27, 2020 Dina Kraft

New Israeli Knesset member Iman Khatib Yassin, a devout Muslim, knows her hijab is eye-catching. But before she became religious, or political, she was a feminist motivated against injustice.

Haaretz July 24, 2020 Judy Maltz

Three Joint List legislators, all from the communist Hadash faction, supported a bill that would ban so-called conversion therapy, toeing the line between their conservative political partners and a progressive agenda.

Al-Monitor July 23, 2020 Rina Bassist

Plans to plant trees near Bedouin villages are opposed by local residents and environmental groups.

Haaretz July 21, 2020 Shira Kadari-Ovadia

Preschool attendance rates are tied to a shortage of preschools in unrecognized Bedouin committees, and belief of some that children under five should remain at home.

Haaretz July 21, 2020 Jack Khoury and Noa Shpigel

A family feud was blamed for one of the murders, that of the former deputy mayor of Kafr Qasem. Murders bring community's total for 2020 so far to 47.

Haaretz July 20, 2020 Bar Peleg

'If this isn't police racism in action, I don't know what is', local leader says after police use flash grenades against protesters; demonstrators lit fires, threw stones and fireworks toward officers.

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