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Jewish Press May 23, 2019 David Israel

According to a report by the Regavim movement, officials in the housing ministry’s planning commission have recently designated a plan for the construction of a future school, deep in the heart of an illegal Bedouin shantytown Rahma in the Negev, which will de facto establish the illegal settlement as legal.

Haaretz May 23, 2019 Eness Elias

Documentarian Juna Suleiman spent seven years recording her octagenarian grandma for ‘Mussolini’s Sister,’ a touching, funny and sad film about gender and aging.

The Jerusalem Post May 22, 2019 Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman

In total, in 2018, there were some 474,250 inciting posts against Palestinians on Israeli social networks.

The Jerusalem Post May 21, 2019 Staff

SEVEN, launched a year ago, is the first shopping and entertainment complex in the Arab-Israeli sector.

Haaretz May 20, 2019 Jack Khoury

Baka al-Garbiyeh resident Ahmad Mazen Dra'ima, 35, died of gunshot wounds Sunday overnight. Residents and officials charge that 'the police needs to function, not just as lip service'.

Al-Monitor May 20, 2019 Shlomi Eldar

A group of Israeli legal experts have drafted an amendment to the Nationality Law to codify equality for all citizens.

Jewish News May 17, 2019 Staff

Israel's football body will run a programme to create a better bond between youngsters of different backgrounds.

The Jerusalem Post May 16, 2019 Lahav Harkov

The suggested draft amends the existing law in that it states that Israel Jewish and a democratic state, and that it is “a home that has equal rights for all of its citizens.”

Jewish Telegraphic Agency May 16, 2019 Staff

A $12 million endowment fund has been established for The Abraham Initiatives, a Jewish-Arab coexistence organization.

Breaking News Israel and i24 News May 15, 2019 Staff

A terrorist attack years ago that killed Arab-Israelis showed this Christian Arab-Israeli that the IDF fights for everyone in Israel. He continues the fight to this day, even after his IDF service is over.

Arutz Sheva May 15, 2019 Staff

Regavim Movement urges Attorney General, Israel Police, to investigate Sharia court judge who approved polygamous marriage.

Haaretz May 15, 2019 Revital Hovel

Deputy state prosecutor noted that co-leader of far-right party made the statement last December, after attacks against Jewish settlers in the West Bank.

Haaretz May 15, 2019 Almog Ben Zikri

Negev Coexistence Forum has agreed to vacate premises in exchange for the Be'er Sheva Municipality slashing a whopping tax bill.

The Jerusalem Post May 15, 2019 Maayan Jaffe–Hoffman

The “deal of the century,” as it has been coined, is slated to be released in June.

Haaretz May 15, 2019 Almog Ben Zikri

Plan for 500 housing units in Israel's south for Bedouins from unrecognized villages aims to minimize number of families uprooted, but residents set for relocation are poised to fight it.

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