In the Media

The Times of Israel April 27, 2017 Jacob Magid

Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement leader warns justice minister ‘not to intervene in matters of Islam.’

The Jerusalem Post April 26, 2017 Ben Lynfield

He wants to imprison desert populace in ghettos, Arab MK says.

Arutz Sheva April 26, 2017 Neri Weiss

Supporters of Arab soccer team attack Jewish guests with rocks, sticks, tear shirt of one of them.

The Jerusalem Post April 26, 2017 Elyahu Kamisher

“We will continue to work for a greater presence of police on the roads, in Arab communities and in all city centers.”

Jewish Journal April 26, 2017 Danielle Berrin

On a balmy day last summer, a charming young Israeli is touring me through Jaffa, where he lives, trying to talk over the noisy gusts blowing off the Mediterranean.

The Jerusalem Post April 26, 2017 Judy Seigel-Itzkovich

Health services to the Negev’s Beduin population must be improved, and they will be, according to Health Minister Ya’acov Litzman and Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel, who is responsible for Beduin affairs.

Jewish Journal April 26, 2017 Danielle Berrin

Sixty-nine years later, Arab-Israelis represent 2.1 million people among Israel’s population of more than 8 million and are increasingly contributing to the advancement of their country, across a variety of fields. 

Haaretz April 25, 2017 Judy Maltz

Hana Mansour-Khatib's appointment is not only a precedent for Arab women but for Jewish women as well.

The Jerusalem Post April 24, 2017 Ben Lynfield

Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan's expected visit to the Negev has been protested against in a reaction to his handling of the controversial Umm al-Hiran affair.

Israel Hayom April 23, 2017 Itsik Saban

Under Israeli interrogation laws, suspects must be questioned in their native language, but too few police officers speak Arabic; Arabs more likely to be involved in crime; Increased police knowledge of Arabic will serve general Arab population.

Haaretz April 23, 2017 Yotam Berger, Gili Cohen, and Almog Ben Zikri

Three of the six were charged with terrorism, in addition to aggravated assault. Weapons used in the alleged attacks included knives, clubs and metal bars.

Haaretz April 20, 2017 Almog Ben Zikri

Practice had stopped at request of mayor, following Jewish residents' complaints.

JTA April 20, 2017 Marcy Oster

A majority of Jewish Israelis and Arab Israelis feel comfortable living in Israel as "who they are," but do not think they should live together in the same neighborhoods, a new survey finds.

Haaretz April 20, 2017 Jack Khoury

Route moved westward from site of destroyed pre-1948 village; organizers say new route will better accommodate expected number of participants.

Globes April 19, 2017 Tali Tsipori

Haifa based Cadence VP Prof. Ziyad Hanna believes that high tech can be the glue that connects Israel's Jews and Arabs.

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