Joint List Chairman Ayman Odeh says that on a personal level, he feels the loss, but he isn't a part of the national mourning.
Yitzhak Gabay gets another four months behind bars, for a total of 40 months, as the Supreme Court rejects his appeal and finds for the state which found his punishment for the November 2014 attack too lenient.
'In Between,' About Three Palestinian Israelis Living in Tel Aviv, Dazzles San Sebastian Film Festival
The feature debut of Maysaloun Hamoud takes three prizes at film festival.
Police suspect that senior Balad officials systematically transferred millions of shekels to the party’s coffers illegally while committing fraud.
Four suspects detained on Saturday, including three of her brothers, for alleged role in brutal murder.
Palestinian citizens of Israel are its Achilles’ heel; they refuse to become Zionists, refuse to leave Israel, and refuse to vanish into thin air. And, increasingly, they are refusing to remain silent.
At the industry awards ceremony, Miri Regev repeated her hollow claim that Israeli film doesn’t represent the public at large; the award nominees and winners proved the opposite.
Sand Storm is the first all-Arabic language film to be Israel’s submission for the Oscars foreign film category.
Israel's Culture Wars Take Center Stage at Film Awards After Minister Walks Out to Protest Palestinian Poem
Miri Regev accused film industry of elitism, vowing to reform country's film funds; Israeli Arab actors refuse to take stage to receive Best Film award from minister.
Welfare services find man in community of Hura, days after another Bedouin claimed his family kept him locked in shack for years.