38-year-old's killing comes after more than 90 homicides this year in the Israeli Arab community
Once priding in high army enlistment rates, Daliat al-Carmel now wants to showcase its artistic scene
Ali Salalha says party failed to take him seriously and that former prime minister Ehud Barak will drive away the Arab voters it seeks to win over
The sheikhs planned to visit a religious site near Damascus but were arrested at the Jordanian border for allegedly seeking to meet with officials of the Assad regime
A small Druze village in the Galilee is home to one of Israel’s finest educational establishments, where two filmmakers spent three years uncovering the secrets of its success
Decision follows complaints by Arabs who gather hyssop for za'atar and Greek sage
Ambassador Reda Mansour, a Druze, says he and his family were treated as suspects upon arrival at Tel Aviv airport ■ Spokesman says 'nothing wrong,' arguing he 'chose to be offended' ■ Foreign minister 'won't let it happen again'
The state refused to pay the reward on the grounds that the family had not been aware that the body was that of Majdi Halabi and had found it by accident
Photographer Ronen Zien turns his lens on Khan al-Ahmar, a village that has become a symbol of the Israeli-Palestinian struggle
Tamir Nevuani was the first Druze fallen commando. His brother Nizar, and Motia Dagesh, who also lost a sibling, focus on their lost relatives as inspirations
Israel released two Syrians after the remains of Zachary Baumel were returned from Syria - but did not release prisoners from the Golan Heights because the state identifies them as Israeli and not Syrian
Tamar Zandberg tells Haaretz she refuses to quit after party survived 'Kahol Lavan tsunami' and calls for partnership with Arabs to stop demise of the left
Plans to develop the region have been promoted for decades, but proved fruitless, and it's unclear that Trump's move will do anything for residents
The Druze have a history of voting for right-wing parties, but this Election Day they vow to help unseat those behind the legislation that turned them into 'second-class citizens'
With Benjamin Netanyahu at his side, Trump said the U.S. will always stand by Israel's side
The 300 demonstrators waved Syrian and Druze flags and carried images of Syrian President Bashar Assad
Galleries in Berlin and New York are enamored by the work of Fatma Shanan, a 33-year-old painter from a Druze village in northern Israel who wants to transcend identity politics and reclaim the female form
'This land is the land of our fathers. No one has the right to it other than the Syrians,' Druze residents of the Golan say in protest over 1981 annexation
Madhat Yusuf was shot and bled to death in the town of Nablus in October 2000 ■ Netanyahu defended Gantz on several occasions after the incident
'The pain is deeper because this suddenly says the country isn't mine': Demonstrators urged Ayelet Shaked to acknowledge damage of contentious legislation
Druze Protest Nation-state Law Outside Israeli Party Leaders' Homes; Politicians Vow to 'Fix' Legislation
Protesters seek commitment to amend contentious legislation that enshrined country's Jewish character
Former military chief to crowd of Israeli Druze protesters: 'You're fighting for your home, keep going' ■ Former Mossad chief: 'I believe in Gantz as a leader' ■ Bennett and Shaked's new party: 'He's teamed up with the left'
The move would help ease the community’s housing crisis, as well as some of the anger after the passing of the law declaring Israel the nation-state of the Jewish people
In opening her own restaurants in New York, specializing in Druze cuisine, Gazala Halabi has forged a culinary and personal revolution
Some carrying Syrian flags, protesters try to block residents from entering balloting center in the Golan's largest Druze village
Dressed in traditional black garb and white hats, dozens 'celebrate the final stages of the war'
The visit’s official purpose is to console mourners following a series of fatal ISIS attacks in late July, which killed some 268 people
Welcome to the controversial first-ever elections in the Druze villages of the Golan Heights, where most of the voters aren’t citizens and national identity is the real issue
Shirin Faraj and Ahlam Seif, sisters from the Druze village of Yanuh, took a bold step. Defying the their conservative society, they opened a restaurant featuring popular local baked goods
37 Israeli women’s organizations to split $1m Genesis Prize money originally earmarked for Israeli-American actor