For the past 18 months, Miri Davidovitz has been taking portrait shots of African refugees and migrant workers in south Tel Aviv. The aim: Giving the subjects a voice and presenting a positive image of them
Analysis Fact-checking Netanyahu’s Incitement Against African 'Illegal Infiltrators' in South Tel Aviv
Would Israel really have 2 million asylum seekers without the southern border fence with Egypt? Are thousands of migrants being employed illegally, as the prime minister says? Here's the truth
'The Unchosen,' by Mya Guarnieri Jaradat, describes the life-changing impact of Israel's mass migration policies on the non-Jewish 'others' in the country
A global problem comes home: Some 1,500 Haifa Chemicals workers are about to lose their jobs, and neither the government, nor the Histadrut, nor the left has an answer for them
The population authority is increasing pressure on caregivers to report on their relationships and insists that one member of a couple leave Israel if the other wants an extended work permit
Asylum seekers will pay 16.5 percent of salary, instead of current 20 percent, if Knesset approves ministers’ proposal, while employers will deposit 12.5 percent; migrants, human rights groups and restaurateurs want program scrapping
While the syndrome disproportionately affects East Asians, tough working conditions in Israel could be a factor, an NGO says.
New law allows asylum seekers to receive the sum once they leave the country, but human rights groups say it forces them to live in greater poverty.
Working in Israel has allowed Veronica to support her children back at home - at the cost of seeing them growing up; Yeva, an observant Jew from Brooklyn, feels safer in Israel: 'In New York, they don't think something could really happen.'
A formal arrest warrant was issued on Sunday on suspicion that he was seeking money from ISIS in Syria to buy trucks and load them with explosives.