Community leaders point finger at 'racist Netanyahu government' ■ 24 Arab citizens have been killed in Israel since the beginning of the year
Baka al-Garbiyeh resident Ahmad Mazen Dra'ima, 35, died of gunshot wounds Sunday overnight ■ Residents and officials charge that 'the police needs to function, not just as lip service'
Tel Aviv University says holding lecture by Hadash lawmaker Ofer Cassif is 'not possible,' invoking so-called Nakba Law which allows state to limit funds to institutions treating Independence Day as day of mourning
Students say permanent prayer room outside month of Ramadan is about 15-minute walk in each direction, meaning they need to set aside 45 minutes each time they wish to pray
Dareen Tatour's appeal on her conviction was granted, but judges let stand other convictions over social media posts
Negev Coexistence Forum has agreed to vacate premises in exchange for the Be'er Sheva Municipality slashing a whopping tax bill
Plan for 500 housing units in Israel's south for Bedouins from unrecognized villages aims to minimize number of families uprooted, but residents set for relocation are poised to fight it
A deputy attorney general admitted that this 'might be a mistake that we in the Justice Ministry are responsible for'
The mayor of the northern town of Afula has also pushed through a city council vote that would keep out of a park Arabs from nearby villages
The residents of Be'er Sheva were part of an organized group that attacked Arabs in order to deter them from dating Jewish women
'The impressive figures testify to the great success of the revolution in making higher education accessible in Arab society,' says a chairwoman from Council for Higher Education
Representation of the Arab community in soccer is on the rise. The meaning of this goes beyond pure sports
Three hospitals admit in court that this is their policy, claiming they do so 'at the women's request'
Justice Hanan Melcer cites testimonies by Likud officials based on hidden cameras; calls on Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit to launch an investigation
It may be easy for whites in the U.S. to install cameras in black neighborhoods – but how is it that cameras were installed by Likud supporters in Arab communities?
A real alternative to replace Netanyahu’s rule has arisen: Kahol Lavan. The main question now is how to influence it and also how to build an alternative to it
A crime appears to have been committed here, and the motive was racist. The Knesset never imagined such a scenario
The debate among Palestinian citizens of Israel between participating in the election or boycotting it is not new, even if this year the participation rate continued a downward trend
Central Elections Committee CEO says it would 'draw conclusions' from Election Day incident, which lawmakers claim may amount to voter intimidation
For Israel to achieve political stability, the electoral threshold must be raised. This can have two possible models: The tribal or the radical
Arabs need to conduct a deep self-examination in order to answer one question: What is their contribution to the bad situation they live under, and what is their role is rescuing themselves from it
Avichai Mendelblit should check whether Likud's attempts at voter suppression within the Arab community amount to violation of election law, Meretz lawmaker says
Tamar Zandberg tells Haaretz she refuses to quit after party survived 'Kahol Lavan tsunami' and calls for partnership with Arabs to stop demise of the left
U.S. Democrats, beware the powerful pull of tribalism and nationalism: If Netanyahu can win in 2019, Trump could win in 2020
Arab lawmakers have only themselves to blame for Tuesday's low voting turnout