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Haaretz July 19, 2019 Noa Landau

MK Aida Touma-Sliman writes to congresswomen that her party is doing 'whatever is in our power' to let them visit Israel despite possible ban over their support for BDS.

Haaretz July 19, 2019 Jack Khoury

23 tires were slashed and malicious graffiti, hinting at involvement of Jewish right-wing activists, sprayed in northern town.

The Times of Israel July 19, 2019 Adam Rasgon

Committee charged with building joint slate says that Balad and Ta’al object to makeup of roster, holding up promised amalgamation.

The Jerusalem Post July 18, 2019 JPost Staff

"This is one of the earliest mosques known of from the time of the first arrival of Islam in Israel, after the Arab conquest in 636 C.E."

Haaretz July 18, 2019 Tali Herut-Sover

Four Israeli women from very different backgrounds tell of their challenges serving as economic attaches around the world.

Haaretz July 18, 2019 Jack Khoury

Negotiation efforts ended over disagreement between Balad and Hadash over 12th spot in slate. Final deadline to submit slates to Central Election Committee looms near.

The Times of Israel July 17, 2019 Judah Ari Gross

Pnima movement, which once included Gantz and Ashkenazi, releases proposal to require all Israeli citizens to perform some form of national service for a more cohesive society.

The Guardian July 17, 2019 Rebecca Ratcliffe

Pupils believe their bilingual school is proof that peace is possible between Palestinians and Israelis

The Jerusalem Post July 17, 2019 Yaakov Bar-On

“When the decision was made to build a military field hospital on Israel’s border with Syria, I was honored to be chosen to lead the mission together with my colleagues from the IDF Medical Corps.”

The Times of Israel July 16, 2019 Judah Ari Gross

Driver seriously hurt in incident at Tulkarem-area checkpoint; IDF arrests 8 Palestinian suspects overnight.

Haaretz July 16, 2019 Judy Maltz

After her son was diagnosed with a rare disorder, Jmalat Abu Musa established a now-thriving natural cosmetics firm out of her home. Today, she dreams of creating a workplace for mothers like herself.

The Jerusalem Post July 16, 2019 Eytan Halon

'Momentum' seeks to increase the number of Bedouin high school graduates in Rahat with high-level matriculation certificates in math.

Israel Hayom July 15, 2019 Reuters and Israel Hayom Staff

Program, to be presented to the United Nations on Wednesday, aims to raise the number of students matriculating in higher levels of maths in the Bedouin town of Rahat from the current level of only 15%.

Haaretz July 15, 2019 Jack Khoury

Two of four Arab-majority parties boycotted press conference on revived Joint List over a dispute on allocation of spots on joint ticket.

Haaretz July 14, 2019 Noa Shpigel

Members of ethnic minority fear non-Circassian couple will cause Kafr Kama to 'lose its identity,' citing examples of Jewish towns who kept out Arabs.

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