How Israeli Arabs can achieve a just distribution of resources
Industrial zones are erected right next to Arab communities, but great care is always taken to retain them within the jurisdiction of Jewish communities, funneling property taxes to the latter.
Honestly, how much more can you squeeze out of a dried-up old lemon? Research presented at a recent conference by the NGOs Sikkuy ("Opportunity") and Injaz, the Center for Professional Arab Local Governance in Israel, claims that even if Arab regional councils collected taxes to the same extent that Jewish ones do, this would only close the gap between them by 10 percent. If...
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