The nation-state law changed the status of the Arabic language - by defining Jewish tradition as superior the law ranks the cultural values of Jews from the Arab world lower than those from Europe
Opinion Surveillance, Political Threats, Daily Discrimination: What It’s Like to Be a Palestinian Citizen in Israel
Palestinian citizens of Israel are constantly reminded of the fragility and conditionality of our (second-class) Israeli citizenship, and the illegitimacy of our Palestinian identity - and that's amplified as elections approach
A civil alternative to the right’s doctrines – one God, one people, one land and one leader – is urgently needed, and whoever has the courage and inspiration to stand at this front will win it all
Netanyahu’s personal vendetta against the rule of law harnesses the right’s historic grievances against the bedrock institutions of the modern Jewish state
'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
The blend of Israeli Jewish and Arab cultures, Hebrew and Arabic, village origins and the Tel Aviv bubble – all of this informed the life and work of 24-year-old actor Ala Dakka, who preferred not to define his identity. But now, he's reached a turning point
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'
In questioning the nation-state law, even the 'conservative' justices are causing grave damage to the soul of the nation that returned to Zion with so much suffering
Shai Nitzan criticizes 'dangerous statements' by Likud MK and ex-PM Ehud Barak on future of PM's corruption charges as undermining public faith in attorney general
The move comes hours after the party said it would back an amended version of law
The opposition’s challenge will be to present a vision of equality and openness in the face of the right’s racism and exclusion, as a foundation for Jewish-Arab cooperation that will lead to a change of government
Ministry says council members were 'sworn in according to law, and the addition that was stated does not invalidate the wording of the oath'
He probably won't but from now until Election Day hope springs eternal
The fate of the Jews has been tied to the fate of liberal values, and yet the levels of racist tribal nationalism reached here are incomparable, even to those of the chauvinists in the West we increasingly treat as allies
Board of Governors of the Jewish Agency votes unanimously to adopt resolution prompted by passage of nation-state law
The new nation-state law might mean the prevention of immigration by anyone not Jewish based on Jewish law – something that reflects the influence of evangelical Christianity
Neven Abu Rahmoun sworn in, vows to step up protests against nation-state law. 'This is a breakthrough for Arab women in Israel,' MK Aida Touma-Sliman says
The opposition leader's objections to the legislation were very minor, but she changed her tune once she got a chance to brand herself the leader of the left
While the law has drawn much attention to the systematization of ethnic inequality, we cannot ignore another important aspect: the Israeli government’s plan to annex the territories designated as Area C
'It’s impossible to ignore the processes taking place in the Democratic Party. You know, the party itself is becoming less and less what’s considered Zionist,' Ayelet Shaked tells The Atlantic
'Largest Strike in 36 Years': Israeli Arabs, Palestinians Protest on Anniversary of October 2000 Riots
Marches took place on Monday in a number of Arab towns commemorating 13 Israeli Arab citizens who were killed in clashes with Israeli police forces ahead of the Second Intifada
Guests of the annual festival noticed that signs are only in Hebrew, in a city where about a third of the residents are Arabs. The Acre Municipality says city is 'a model of coexistence and nobody can lecture us on that’
Best-selling Israeli author tells French weekly Le Point that he doesn't feel comfortable 'being an official representative of the Israeli government because I have an issue with its current policies'
An Israeli judge just passed the first ruling based on the nation-state law, daring to impose damages on a terror organization for injury to a Jew. Critics roiled, but a much more racist law was passed 24 years ago, by a left-wing coalition
The court explained its decision only on the basis of the victim’s Jewish identity. What would happen if an Arab Palestinian citizen of Israel were wounded in the same fashion?
A Jerusalem District Court ruled that Hamas must pay $1.5 million to a Jewish man injured in a terror attack in 1998
This country is so sunk in darkness that it has become a beacon for the world’s fascists. Fascist movements consider Israel a warm, loving home
Whereas belief in God is a private matter, the belief in a chosen people provides the outlines of policy that explains a great deal about Israel’s actions. When they say that they are the chosen people, it reveals their psychosis
Presenting Trump and Netanyahu as part of 'authoritarian axis' that includes Hungary's Orban and Russia's Putin, senator blasts both leaders for receiving Sheldon Adelson's support in op-ed for The Guardian