Arab political organization says it plans to take complaints about police handling of violence in Arab community to United Nations
Joint List leaders and members are saying that they would support a Gantz government from the opposition. But they have their apprehensions
‘Black day for Palestinian journalism,’ West Bank press association says of move assumed to have been pushed by PA officials
Lebanese PM Hariri says salaries of top officials, including legislators and members of parliament, will be cut in half as part of an economic reform package
Arab mayors say they feel hopeful after first meeting with Israel Police since the start of a wave of protest against negligence in the face of gun violence in Arab communities
Police and Israeli army say no arrests were made because assailants managed to flee the scene ■ Incident comes days after activists said they were assaulted while helping farmers, also near village of Burin
Hezbollah leader says group opposes government's potential resignation amid ongoing protests
Local man said to have 'run with a knife in his hand toward the checkpoint'
Mahmoud Moufid Igbariyya, 35, was transferred in serious condition to Haemek Hospital in Afula, where he succumbed to his wounds ■ Police says incident is of criminal nature
Demonstrators bearing signs that read 'apartheid police' gathered to protest against the police's failure to curb violence in the community after a local was murdered Saturday
Joint List chairman Ayman Odeh said that while progress was made in the three-hour meeting, 'it is far from satisfying the will of Arab citizens'
Hundreds of vehicles participate in convoys to protest near Prime Minister's Office ■ Two protesters arrested and later released; demonstrators complain of violent police conduct
Responding to wave of protest by Israeli Arabs over what they dub lax police response to violent crime, Public Security Minister Erdan says 'some cultural norms must be fought,' in comments dubbed 'racist and patronizing' by lawmakers
The prime minister responded to weekend protests in the Arab community, saying he had agreed to allocate additional manpower and increase enforcement
Heba Al-labadi, who went on a hunger strike, ‘was interrogated intensively for 35 days’ over supporting terrorism, ‘and in the end, there was no basis for indicting her,’ lawyer says
With the memory of the deadly clashes of October 2000 still fresh, demonstrators and police prove protests against violent crime can be peaceful. Will they be effective, too?
Masked vandals were caught on camera entering the village, puncturing tires and spray-painting 'when Jews are hurt, we don’t forget our obligation'
As the organization celebrates 32 years since its founding, Ziad al-Nakhalah says that Islamic Jihad has imposed new rules of the game in the struggle against Israel
After weekend of demonstrations that drew thousands, Higher Arab Monitoring Committee announces series of protests that will take place throughout October
Bezalel Smotrich attacks Israeli Arab lawmakers for being absent from Knesset inauguration in order to demonstrate against violence in Arab society
Health Ministry says 11 Palestinians injured, five by live fire, in what marks the 77th weekly demonstration
In February Israel froze $140 million of Palestinian tax money as part of a policy implementation aimed to offset the money Ramallah pays security prisoners detained in Israel
Joint List chairman calls on Jewish Israelis to join nationwide demonstrations, saying 'society without weapons is a joint civil and social goal,' while Yamina’s Smotrich doubles down on Twitter attacks, saying ‘murderous’ Arabs are ‘here just for now’
Mayors, Knesset members and religious leaders joined in massive protest in northern town of Majdal Krum, where three were killed in a brawl this week
Guards' intelligence chief says three unnamed operatives have been arrested
Military judge says Samer Mina Salim Arbid, arrested for an attack that claimed the life of a 17-year-old Israeli, should be able to resume questioning 'in coming days'
Public security minister agrees to meet on the issue with Joint List lawmakers, who will boycott the swearing-in ceremony for the new Knesset on the day of the strike
Arab Israeli party decides to boycott the festive ceremony as a gesture of protest against inaction by police in regards to an uptick in violence in the Arab community
Rally follows three days of protests accusing government and police of failure to address problem of crime in Arab communities
36-year-old was shot to death, two others were seriously injured and a fourth man was lightly wounded; police have opened a murder investigation