Center near city of Rahat is project of Harry Oscar Triguboff Institute, founded by one of Australia's wealthiest people
The Bedouin or Bedu are a grouping of nomadic Arab people who have historically inhabited the desert regions in North Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq and the Levant.
Like the case of the so-called Hebron shooter, there is a deeper trend in play
Military prosecutors obtained video of the incident early in investigation, convincing them that the soldiers' version of the incident is unreliable
Jalal Shahada Abu Taha and Muhammad Abu Taha were discovered in a car with gunshot wounds ■ Locals announce strike in protest over police failure to curb violence
The 47-year-old contractor from the Lower Galilee is the 79th person killed amid gun violence in the Arab society in 2019
Military police find contradictions in stories of the suspects, who say they were threatened with violence before brawl
Military Police will likely extend the detention of the soldiers, who all serve in an ultra-Orthodox battalion in the Israeli army
'We don’t have room to breathe, the resources aren’t enough for the local residents,' says one mayor of a Bedouin town
The Agriculture Ministry says Bedouin communities in the country's south won't cooperate with it, while stray camels continue to be involved in fatal car accidents
A young pregnant mother was caught in the crossfire, and relatives say Israel has a lot to do if it wants to fight crime in the Arab community
Man and woman shot at wedding Saturday, day after two men killed in separate incidents, bringing murders in Arab community in 2019 to 63
Israel Election 2019: Volunteers Drive Bedouin Women to Polls After NGO Blocked From Providing Transportation
Activists from right-wing group document volunteers’ work in unrecognized villages, accuse ‘extreme leftists’ of ‘physical violence’ against them
Israel Election 2019: Israeli Arab Voter Turnout Up, Activists Say, Citing ‘Wild Intimidation’ Factor
Israeli Arab organizations optimistic, with Joint List and possibly Kahol Lavan seemingly the main beneficiaries: 'It wasn’t like this during the last election'
Central Elections Committee upholds Likud petition claiming 'Zazim' has a political agenda and is not registered as required by law
Questions of local import will be posed outside polling stations to voters, as part of new initiative by two coexistence groups
Likud charges that the Zazim organization was working to topple the party by 'increasing the number of voters for the leftist bloc'
Funding shortage will delay start of school year, al-Kasom, regional council head charges, while the Education Ministry argues it has allocated adequate funds
Weeks before election Gantz visits southern city of Rahat in bid to garner even more support from the Bedouin community than his party enjoyed in Israel's April vote
The Bedouin town of Lakiya is hugely corrupt and dysfunctional. The state doesn’t seem to care
Regavim group charges that building the school in the unrecognized village would make the illegal settlement more permanent, but locals say they're adhering to the law
Work on water storage tank was halted, but is about to restart after residents rejected plan to move the graves
In her 2-month life, her tent was demolished twice. She died in an accident and her mother was seriously injured, the day after the family was ordered out. For 50 communities in the Jordan Valley, evictions are common
Lands Authority has told residents of Rahma that an elementary school will be established for the village's children, but it too will be a temporary structure
Activists charge: Education Ministry has a budget of 60 billion shekels but can’t find four million for Bedouin women?
The $372,000 to be paid by six people is the latest chapter in a years-long battle by Bedouin in the south to remain on land the courts say they have no right to
Indictment says lifeguard refused to let suspect go to kiddie pool with cigarettes and alcohol ■ 'I can’t stand seeing an Arab next to a Jew in our vicinity,' suspect says
National Insurance Institute says relevant directives regarding suspected cases of polygamy were only approved a year ago
Murder of Bedouin Couple Timed to Correspond With Anniversary of Rival Family Murder, Police Believe
Sleiman and Aziza al-Rabidi were killed in front of their 8-year-old son. A dispute over neighborhood plots is likely the reason