When she wrote poems against the occupation, she paid with her freedom. Now that Palestinian-Israeli Dareen Tatour has chosen to speak out about the rapes she was subjected to as a child, she fears she could pay with her life
Women and young people played a greater role this time around, but tribe, family and money still rule
The 12th Other Israel Film Festival starts this week, offering a valuable insight into what it means to be a minority in Israel
Police have opened an investigation into the incident
This approach is based on a loathing of Arabs – guaranteeing Netanyahu’s Mizrahi supporters a higher place on the social ladder – and of leftists, who are seen as arrogant and abusive
East Jerusalem Arabs traditionally boycott Israeli municipal elections, but Ramadan Dabash is carrying on despite the assaults on young people canvassing for him
Only a handful of the 40 billboards that went up around town the day before remained intact. The posters that were removed bore the slogan 'Tomorrow it could be your daughter'
If the captain of Israel’s national soccer team can be a Muslim, why shouldn’t there be equally talented Arab mayors in the mixed cities of Tel Aviv, Haifa or Jerusalem?
The Israeli Arab broadcaster's decision not to apologize for what she is or the person she fell in love with should be a model for the new Israeliness, which doesn't surrender to people who preach racial purity
Neven Abu Rahmoun sworn in, vows to step up protests against nation-state law. 'This is a breakthrough for Arab women in Israel,' MK Aida Touma-Sliman says