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Haaretz September 17, 2018 Almog Ben Zikri

Deputy Attorney General Zilber tells Rahat that gender segregation at new municipal pool impinges on equality.


Christian Science Monitor September 17, 2018 Dina Kraft

Haaretz September 17, 2018 Mae Palty

Hala A’kishek's 'Assault' uses 15 large sponges, 'bleeding' with red paint, to create a work that is like a kick to the stomach but hopes to foment change.


The Times of Israel September 16, 2018 Shoshanna Solomon

In report on non-formal education in the Arab community, researchers urge focusing on what it means to be Arab in Jewish society, and remembering that not all Arabs are the same.


Haaretz September 16, 2018 Jack Khoury

No injuries were reported after men riding motorcycles hurled firebombs at the concert venue in Umm al-Fahm which was hosting a show that prompted Islamic opposition.


Haaretz September 11, 2018 Jack Khoury

Arab League Secretary-General Ahmed Aboul Gheit promises to act against the law through diplomatic measures with member states. Arab League convenes to discuss U.S. decision to shutter Palestinian mission in Washington.


Times of Israel September 6, 2018 TOI Staff

Reuven Rivlin says controversial legislation is part of a global trend of deepening polarization, silencing of dissent


Jerusalem Post September 5, 2018 Tamara Zieve

In letter to Erdan and Alsheich, Arab officials demand probe of policing in their sector


i24 News September 4, 2018 i24 Staff

Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit said on Monday that the Jewish nation-state law recently passed by the Knesset does not violate the rights of Israel’s minority groups.


Haaretz September 4, 2018 Jack Khoury and Noa Landau

Mogherini rejects Israeli entreaties to cancel Tuesday meeting with MKs, says she would meet with Joint List as she had with other Knesset parties. AG Mandelblit says nation-state law doesn't harm constitutional individual rights.


Haaretz September 4, 2018 Almog Ben Zikri

Axing of program mainly hurts women who made up majority of those who sought its high school equivalency degrees as an escape hatch from poverty and illiteracy


Haaretz September 4, 2018 Gabriela Davidovich-Weisberg

With most signs and verbal announcements in Hebrew and English, a civil rights NGO is working to bring Arabic to Ben-Gurion Airport


Haaretz September 4, 2018 Ronit Vered

Shirin Faraj and Ahlam Seif, sisters from the Druze village of Yanuh, took a bold step. Defying the their conservative society, they opened a restaurant featuring popular local baked goods


Haaretz September 3, 2018 Josh Breiner and Jack Khoury

While most of the 37 murders committed in Israeli Arabs communities this year remain unsolved, the police deny allegations of neglect.


The Washington Post September 1, 2018 Loveday Morris

Passed in July, the law has stirred fierce debate across Israeli society over what it means to be a minority in Israel and highlighted fundamental questions about equality and democracy here.


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