The Hebrew University center study surveyed 1,100 teens aged 16-18 representing Israel’s different “tribes” – secular, religious Zionist, Haredi and Arab.
Jews and Arabs
The man in question heard her negative comments in Arabic about Jewish Israelis, and the situation escalated into physical assault
A year after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, the three-fold crisis plaguing Israeli society threatens the basic contract between the state and its citizenry, and has led to a lack of trust in government leaders and institutions and an 'unparalleled degree of polarization'
Voting for niche parties is futile and they’re sick of empty promises. They haven’t forgotten who Netanyahu is, but they want influence from the inside
St. Joseph Hospital is easing the load on Israeli hospitals and taking on Jewish patients, too, but Israel’s Health Ministry has no plans to allot it more beds in the coming decades
Ghaida Rinawie Zoabi is in a realistic slot on Meretz’s Knesset slate – and she isn't apologizing for being one place below a retired general
A 2017 petition accused the town of implementing a policy that effectively barred Arabs from nearby towns from the country club's pool
The stone structure over a river was built on top of a Roman bridge for a single use: Kaiser Wilhelm’s 1898 visit to the Holy Land
Over a decade ago, Meidan Sadeh abandoned some of his Arab origins and became a member of a kibbutz. But once he entered the kitchen, he went back to foraging and returned to his roots
Nawi, whose activism for the Palestinian cause began during the second intifada, made headlines after an investigative program exposed him boasting of turning Palestinians who sold land to Jews over to the PA
A person who violates a curfew shouldn't be killed, but they can be slapped and hit with a rifle: Newly declassified documents reveal the ways military rule embittered the lives of Israeli Arabs
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
A new fund approved by Congress will give his administration the ability to invest tens of millions of dollars in peacebuilding efforts on the ground
Two siblings asked the city of Carmiel to reimburse their daily travel expenses to and from Arabic-language schools outside of the town, which has no such schools
First-of-its-kind study shows that fear and barriers prevent Jews and Arabs from cooperating in coursework and research, but there’s also a reason to hope
Jews had lived in Iraq since biblical times, until they were driven out by the anti-Zionist government in the early 1950s. Omar Mohammed is devoted to maintaining their memory in the city from which they were erased
Schoolkids asked to be reimbursed for travel outside of the city of Carmiel – because it has no Arabic-language schools; controversial 2018 law asserts self-determination in Israel is 'unique to the Jewish people'
Government plan intended to 'Judaize the area,' and not 'provide solutions for the distress of the people' living in the Wadi Ara area, two Arab advocacy groups say
Seven other youth from neighboring communities, part of a mixed regional council known for coexistence, were arrested after confrontation that left 17-year-old Itai Yitzhak dead
Since starring in ‘Paradise Now’ 15 years ago, Ali Suliman has become one of the most successful Arab Israeli actors of his generation. ‘I’ve been optimistic most of my life but now, regrettably, I can’t see a light at the end of the tunnel,’ he says about life in Israel
Jewish Soldiers and Civilians Looted Arab Neighbors' Property en Masse in '48. The Authorities Turned a Blind Eye
Refrigerators and caviar, champagne and carpets – a first-ever comprehensive study by historian Adam Raz reveals the extent to which Jews looted Arab property during the War of Independence, and explains why Ben-Gurion stated: ‘Most of the Jews are thieves’
Anthropologist Daniel Monterescu examines the role of politics, economics, art and nightlife in the mixed city that is so much more than just Tel Aviv’s backyard