The number of first-graders in Haredi schools is rising, while Arab schools are suffering budget crises and there's a drop in college students
Mohammed Diab, who represented Shas in the Arab town of Tamra in the, is suspected of slipping seven sealed envelopes into ballot box in the April election
In this election, there is nothing that ignites hatred more than the fear of rising Arab and ultra-Orthodox communities
Questions of local import will be posed outside polling stations to voters, as part of new initiative by two coexistence groups
Netanyahu's party records messages to be sent on Election Day claiming high voter turnout among Arabs and leftists: 'You must leave the house, you can't be complacent'
Netanyahu live streams tirade against alleged 'election theft' on Facebook after committee chief says it is not his job to investigate police
The authorities say they’re doing everything they can to help the Arab citizens of Kalansua, but desperate locals are having a hard time believing that. Meet the Arab town crying out for good governance
Activists in the Arab community consider Kahol Lavan ‘Netanyahu-light,’ a party open to linking up with hard-liner Avigdor Lieberman or even Likud itself
Neither Netanyahu nor his crude, illiberal, annexationist, political arsonist ‘friends’ comprehend the magnitude of the storm they’re about to bring down on Israel’s security – and its most foundational ideas
Once on the verge of collapse, Hala TV is now aiming to become the home station for the county's Arabic-speaking community
Netanyahu denies he wrote or approved the message, which called on voters to cast their ballot for Likud and not 'a secular left-wing weak government that relies on Arabs'
In 2008 there were 350 Israeli Arab high-tech engineers, all of them men. Now there are 6,600, one fourth of them women
Would allowing cameras into polling stations actually stop voter fraud? How would it impact Arab voter turnout? 4 key questions in the debate about voter suppression in Israel
Matanyahu Englman also reportedly opposed requiring Arabic—language notices about bus lanes before relenting
The prime minister's draft bill was a red herring. The furor that he knew the whole initiative would cause had a number of political objectives
The clinic director was recorded explaining on the phone that the headscarf would have caused problems with Jewish patients
The Knesset is being asked not merely to abandon restraint, but to exceed its authority
Likud is spreading unfounded claims of attempts to 'steal the election,' while advancing a fast-track bill to allow its representatives to film in polling stations
Ali Salalha says party failed to take him seriously and that former prime minister Ehud Barak will drive away the Arab voters it seeks to win over
Netanyahu Denies Cameras at Polling Stations Targeted Arab Voters, Contradicting PR Firm Behind Move
'Cameras prevent election rigging,' the premier says, arguing those who oppose controversial move don't want 'a real vote count'
With claims that Arabs are 'stealing' the election, accusations that the media are launching a 'terror attack' on the truth, and taped screeching against a former minister, Bibi has outdone even himself this week
'We’re two weeks from the election and we don’t feel any movement,' campaign worker for the four-party Joint List says amid fears that dull messaging would keep many Arab voters at home on September 17
Blame is placed variously on companies’ racism, the disproportionate number of accidents involving Arab drivers and poor infrastructure in Arab towns