The NGO Israel Hofsheet finds that Arab and secular towns received more fines for breaking coronavirus regulations than ultra-Orthodox ones, even when they had far fewer infections
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.
Only 45 percent of people over 60 in Israel's Arab towns and cities have been vaccinated, far lower than the general population, and officials point to a plethora of reasons
The school is the only one in Israel that lacks a regular water supply, and the students wait every day for tankers to show up – which they often don’t, or come half empty
Israel’s Arab parties have historically never sat in coalition governments or worked with right-wing Jewish parties. But some Arab politicians are starting to call for a more pragmatic approach
For a year, the Education Ministry had refused to pay for 9-year-old Fidaa Abu Afash's transportation, arguing she should go to an Arabic school closer to her Negev home – even though she only reads Braille in Hebrew
Widad Hasanat wanted to sign her three daughters up for a local public school, prompting a backlash from municipality, which sought to prove the family had trespassed onto their own territory
Fidaa, a third-grade student, has been learning to read Braille in Hebrew only. The Education Ministry refuses to fund her ride to school on the grounds that there is one closer, but it only teaches in Arabic
Although Supreme Court's verdict cuts the fee down to almost a third, the attorney representing the six activists questions why Bedouin are charged for demolitions, while settlers are compensated
The ancient desert city of Haluza – a key artery on the Incense Route some 1,700 years ago – lies in shameful neglect. Could Israel’s agreement with the Gulf states reverse its fortunes?
Transportation Minister Miri Regev supports Judge Ron Sulkin as his candidacy for Be’er Sheva District Court divides Judicial Appointments Committee
Amit Luzon and Eyal Eliyahu wanted to establish a Middle Eastern streetwear brand, but a trip to the occupied territories revealed a whole new world to them. Now their Adish label is attracting international acclaim but criticism closer to home
Often with no internet access at home and weak cellphone connections in their unrecognized villages, they might start dropping out, educators fear
A month after the prime minister apologized to Yakub Abu al-Kiyan's family, who was killed by police and mistakenly accused of being a terrorist, incident is still labeled a 'car ramming attack' on PMO's website
Sheikha Helawy hasn’t lived the traditional life of a feted writer, overcoming childhood hardships to become an award-winning poet who confronts the oppression of women in Bedouin society
Avi Nissenkorn announces committee to look into police actions in Bedouin village of Umm al-Hiran ■ Former police commissioner says Netanyahu 'doesn't believe his own apology' to shooting victim's family
Police were aware of previous instances of domestic violence against Hanin al-Abeid, shot dead in her Rahat home
Police interrogated officers involved in the Yakub Abu al-Kiyan killing and delayed passing material to Internal Investigations Department
'Everyone knew he was innocent from the first moment, but they closed the case because he's a Bedouin,' says Amal Abu Sa'ad, whose husband was killed by cops in 2017 in what authorities had erroneously said was a terror attack
Justice Ministry unit at a standstill, refraining from investigations against top officers, some of its senior members tell court
Contradicting Police Chief, Shin Bet Found No Evidence of Terrorism Before 2017 Killing of Bedouin Teacher
Internal document obtained by Haaretz indicates that the security service never suspected Yakub Abu al-Kiyan of trying to run over police officers, who shot him to death in 2017
Netanyahu Apologizes for 2017 Killing of Bedouin Man, Says Police Shooting Was Covered Up 'To Hurt Me'
PM himself had accused Yakub Abu al-Kiyan of committing a 'terror attack,' but now says officials 'turned him into a terrorist to protect themselves' ■ Lawmaker decries 'manipulative' remarks, tying incident to Netanyahu's corruption cases
Comments by Amir Ohana come after report that then-state prosecutor Shai Nitzan prevented probe into conduct of police chief in case because of 'national interest'
Workshop found in 1,200-year-old Islamic-period home in Bedouin city of Rahat was one of the earliest known to make solid soap, but using olive oil instead of lard of the swine
Women will have to provide proof of their status to show they're not in a polygamous marriage
Hanan al-Bahiri, of the Bedouin town of Lakiya, was killed and burnt by family members after she divorced her husband
Preschool attendance rates are tied to a shortage of preschools in unrecognized Bedouin committees, and belief of some that children under five should remain at home
Trees planted in the southern desert could be uprooted if land is allocated to formalize Bedouin settlement unrecognized by the state
Plan ‘to conserve open spaces and nature from illegal control,’ Israel Land Authority says, covers 40,000 dunams, which nature protection agency assert will harm desert ecology