The blend of Israeli Jewish and Arab cultures, Hebrew and Arabic, village origins and the Tel Aviv bubble – all of this informed the life and work of 24-year-old actor Ala Dakka, who preferred not to define his identity. But now, he's reached a turning point
I hereby announce with regret, mixed with relief, that we must adopt the words of Ecclesiastes: 'There is nothing new under the sun'
The most polarizing voices on the left and the right police and dictate how we in the U.S. Jewish talk about and engage with Israel, Birthright and Arab society
Only eight percent of Arab and four percent of ultra-Orthodox high school graduates test high enough for exemption from English language courses in undergraduate studies, according to a new report by the Central Bureau of Statistics
On the website of far-right organization Im Tirtzu, there’s a special section for informers. The recent goings-on at the Hebrew University shows how the organization’s efforts are bearing fruit
We’re finished raping you, dear Palestinians. Now let’s divorce. That’s fair. Isn’t it?
Zoabi (Joint List) says 'the time has come to change my place' after being subject to 'character assassination and ongoing incitement'
Opinion Mohamed Salah, Don't Boycott Israeli Arabs. We're the Only Reason Palestine Wasn't Lost Completely
An open letter to the Egyptian soccer player from a Palestinian citizen of Israel
Some pages of the Hebrew website had never been translated into Arabic at all, including important information on benefits ■ NII: Problems will be fixed in two months
Ministry promised online course would 'give equal opportunity for all citizens,' but rights group says it 'perpetuates gaps' by putting Arabs at a disadvantage
Galilee resident, 64, posted photos of Israeli soldiers with targets on their heads and the caption 'turn them into chaff'
The whole existence of Arab parties is to serve as a fig leaf that covers the nakedness of Israel’s so-called democracy. Potential voters must now respond to Netanyahu's battle cry from the last election
After years in the restaurant world, chef Elias Merib opened a shop in the Galilee brimming with confections that recall the pastries of Damascus, Amman and Istanbul
Tourist crush in Nazareth exposes poor and neglected infrastructure in Jesus' hometown
The West Bank Palestinian town is enjoying its busiest Christmas in years, with hotels nearly fully booked and the security situation relatively calm
The police force, which sees Arab citizens as enemies, is simply not committed to them. How can it be expected to fight crime in Arab communities?
The residents and descendants of families from the Galilee village of Saffuriya are resisting efforts to charge them for the water, citing an agreement from the 1950s
A High Court judge once warned that special screening institutes would become fig leaves for communities seeking to keep out would-be members. Turns out he was right
Admission committees have already been widely criticized for allegedly denying entry to Israeli Arabs. They may also be taking improper steps to keep out certain Jews, too
Six months after the War of Independence ended, David Ben-Gurion sought to expel more than 10,000 Arabs from the north, for unspecified 'security reasons.' Why was a long-declassified letter describing that plan recently hidden again from public view?
Interior Minister calls Ghassan Kanafani, who was a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a 'terrorist'
These under-reported acts of violence have unique characteristics that must be addressed at the outset of any campaign to eradicate this evil
The driver said his attackers beat him after confirming that he was Arab. Police is requesting to extend his arrest
Two-thirds of Haifa’s Arabs rejected the communist-front party led by Raja Za’atry, and didn’t want him as deputy mayor
Driver tells the Israel Police that while driving in Modi'in Ilit, his bus was blocked by a vehicle. Two young men got out of the car, recognized him as an Arab, beat him and then fled the scene
The opposition’s challenge will be to present a vision of equality and openness in the face of the right’s racism and exclusion, as a foundation for Jewish-Arab cooperation that will lead to a change of government
Sharbiv repeatedly offered homes to Jews while telling Arabs none were available
Critics say far-rightist’s law to strengthen acceptance panels will keep Arabs, LGBT and single-parent families out of communities
The four are suspected of spray painting hateful graffiti against Palestinians and puncturing car tires in a northern Israeli Arab village
Even if his views are unpalatable to Israeli Jews, the head of the Hadash party in the city council was elected democratically