High Court to hear petitions that towns are using law to keep Arabs out
Petitioners argue new law would also keep out those with physical or mental disabilities.
An expanded panel of the High Court of Justice will hear two petitions on Tuesday against a new law allowing small communities to refuse to sell houses to people who don't suit the community's "social-cultural fabric." The petitions argue that the law is discriminatory, and therefore unconstitutional.
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