You can be a good and productive citizen of the state without all the patriotic baggage, and that is exactly what Israeli Arabs are doing
Netanyahu is trying to turn the perpetrator into the victim, akin to the Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians
What're we supposed to think? That there are problems that we can just deport away? Well, why not? For some, frustrated with a lack of clear policies, it’s a tempting thought. But this is why not.
A Fight to the Death, and Betrayal by the Arab World: The Most Disastrous 24 Hours in Palestinian History
The losing of the battle for Al-Qastel, led by the legendary Arab commander and terrorist Abd al-Qadir al-Husseini, marked the launch of the Nakba in '48
Miri Regev tells Haifa Mayor Yona Yahav that the privately funded event 'seeks to undermine our sovereignty and the very existence of the State of Israel'
Albaba leaves behind familiar Palestinian symbols, opting instead for his 'trail of fish,' a metaphor for refugees as fish out of water
'While is Israel is celebrating 70 years, the Cinematheque State is trying to remember and sanctify the Nakba. Not on my watch,' Miri Regev says
The World Monuments Fund, which publishes its list every two years, was among voices blocking the building of a luxury real estate project at the site
Historian Adel Manna tells the story of the 120,000 Palestinians who remained in Israel in 1948 while 750,000 were driven out
In response to a complaint by Miri Regev's Culture Ministry, the Finance Ministrys legal adviser recommended using the 'Nakba Law' to reduce state funding for the Jaffa Theatre over two incidents that, in his view, entailed incitement to terror