With the launch of her new interview show, Aharish discusses with Haaretz the Arab community's increased presence on Israeli TV screens
Jews and Arabs
Opinion Don't Be Fooled by Its Israeli Jewish Gentrification - Jaffa Largely Remains an Occupied Military Zone
Israeli Jews seeking 'authenticity' drove up home prices in disadvantaged Arab neighborhoods of the city, and now it's blowing up in their faces
What is the difference between wanting to perpetuate a pure Jewish dynasty and any other racial doctrine?
'If anyone wants to swim with Arabs, let him take them home. Here there's no place for it,' says resident of Kochav Yair-Tzur Yigal, echoing local sentiment
'I guess I realize that they're exactly like us'
Mass celebrations in that Israeli Arab city accompanied the funerals of the three Temple Mount gunmen. Extremists there must be reined in before the country's fabric is damaged further
'In the midst of all this blood, I am here with my Jewish sisters to put an end to this killing,' says one Muslim attendee at Women Make Peace event
How to build a shared Israeli society where Jews and Arabs are equal and perceive themselves as sharing a joint homeland
Fatma Dina, the first Muslim to participate in a program on the cable TV kids' channel, talks about her connection with a co-participant on a summer show, and her dreams of fame
It began in 1967 with the expulsion of hundreds of Arab Jerusalemites from the area of the Western Wall, and continues with a series of Jewish triumphalist projects seeking to blot out the presence of Arabs