Analysis

Lockdown for Israel's Poor and Business as Usual for the Rest

For the first time since its inception, Israel’s socioeconomic disparities are being translated into government directives that restrict the activities of ordinary citizens

Hagai Amit
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A coronavirus testing station in the Israeli Arab town of  Umm al-Fahm.
A coronavirus testing station in the Israeli Arab town of Umm al-Fahm. Credit: Rami Shllush

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