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Israel Hayom August 18, 2017 Lilach Shoval and staff

"It is our duty to preserve the lives of our soldiers and grant the necessary medical treatment to them and to anyone who needs it," says Brig. Gen. Dr. Tarif Bader; Bader previously led aid missions abroad, headed IDF's efforts to treat wounded Syrians.

The Jerusalem Post August 18, 2017 Herb Keinon

Ismail Khaldi, Israel’s first Beduin diplomat, accused the Zevulun Regional Council and the Israel Lands Authority in an English Facebook post on Tuesday of "Beduin heritage cleansing."

Haaretz August 17, 2017 Itay Stern

With the launch of her new interview show, Aharish discusses with Haaretz the Arab community's increased presence on Israeli TV screens.

The Jerusalem Post August 17, 2017 Ben Lynfield

“The more the government goes after him, the more this idolizes him in the eyes of the young people that follow him," says supporter of Raed Salah.

The Times of Israel August 17, 2017 AFP and staff

Allegations against Raed Salah relate to a sermon he gave after deadly Temple Mount attack last month

The Jerusalem Post August 16, 2017 Yonah Jeremy Bob

Group hesitant to celebrate after some Arab rights restored in Afula.

The Times of Israel August 16, 2017 Dov Lieber

The recently rearrested preacher has built a career ‘defending’ Al-Aqsa against Israel’s purported planned takeover, building vast support among Arab Israelis

ABC News August 16, 2017 Associated Press

Karram is an Arab citizen of Israel from Nazareth who has been reporting on Israel for Al-Jazeera for many years.

Haaretz August 15, 2017 Yair Ashkenazi

Avichai Mendelblit's move means the 'cultural allegiance' bill initiated by Culture Minister Regev will not advance.

Haaretz August 15, 2017 Jack Khoury

Latest is from Umm al-Fahm, hometown of gunmen who killed two policemen at Temple Mount last month.

The Jerusalem Post August 14, 2017 Ben Lynfield

Interior Minister Arye Deri said he hoped stripping former MK Azmi Bishara’s citizenship would help deter future spies.

The Jewish News of Northern California August 11, 2017 Elissa Einhorn

Introduced last year, the initiative is officially titled “Israeli Hope — a New Israeli Order” and it’s Israeli President Reuven Rivlin’s vision for the country’s four sectors (secular Jewish, national-religious Jewish, ultra-Orthodox Jewish and Arabs) to cooperate with one another around values of a shared society.

Forbes August 10, 2017 Caroline Howard

Dr. Yasmeen Abu Fraiha fled her Israeli Bedouin town in the Negev Desert when she was five in the dark of night for a nearby affluent Jewish suburb. Now she's back to help her community escape the problems of genetic diseases.

Ynet News August 10, 2017 Staff

Tensions rose between Druze and Muslim communities following the killing of Druze policemen, Staff Sgt. Maj. Ha'il Satawi and Staff Sgt. Maj. Kamil Shnaan, at Temple Mt. terrorist attack; however, the situation has since calmed down, with murdered policemen's relatives stressing, 'They were murdered due to political, and not ethnic motivations.'

The Times of Israel August 9, 2017 Marissa Newman

Abdullah Abu Maaruf to be replaced by Sa’id Alharomi; second MK set to step down has yet to do so, amid ongoing dispute with Balad party.

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