'Nevsoo,' the first Israeli television show to feature a black lead character, is a well-meaning, often poignant and sometimes actually quite funny sitcom. Unfortunately, that’s not enough.
Thousands of Falashmura are suffering from malnutrition and illness, an Israeli lawmaker says, castigating Israeli authorities for failing to implement a plan to bring them over.
In honor of the International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, I urge everyone to stop denying the existence of racism in Israel. Only then can we truly fight it.
Officer has until April to accept the deal or face assault indictment in case that sparked nationwide protests.
The baby's mother, a non-Jewish Ethiopian, was in the process of settling her own status in Israel when the baby's Israeli father died. Interior Ministry refuses to grant her citizenship without court order.
The baby, who was born prematurely, cannot receive medical treatment because she has no legal status in Israel; the mother repeatedly requested to grant the baby citizenship during her pregnancy.
Sweeping ban on anyone born in Ethiopia scrapped; under new rules, only those who spent more than a year in a country with an endemic disease cannot donate blood.
Following Haaretz report, Health Ministry says it will finally adopt never-before published recommendations issued by a team of professionals more than a year-and-a-half ago.
Eighteen months after a Health Ministry panel recommending easing decades-old restrictions, the bans on Ethiopian and gay blood donors are still in place.
Education Ministry continues to run activities like after-school and matriculation-preparation classes despite decision to stop them in the name of integration.