In the Media

The Times of Israel October 20, 2017 Dov Lieber; video by Luke Tress and Gabe Carroll

Canines, traditionally considered impure in Islam, are a rare sight in Arab towns. Saleem Sharif and his labrador Winston are working to fight stereotypes against them both.

Times of Israel October 19, 2017 staff

Precisely 50% of Israelis polled in a new survey said negative feelings in Israeli society regarding Arab Israelis will never change.

Haaretz October 17, 2017 Jack Khoury

Nine years have passed since plans for Tantur where approved, at the time sparking Israeli Arab hopes. Since then, no cornerstone was laid, no road was paved and hope was lost.

Haaretz October 17, 2017 Lee Yaron

Hebrew Labor Classified website fined $11,000 after Israeli government officials join civil rights groups in taking them to court.

Haaretz October 17, 2017 Staff

Qadri, a Muslim women, famously took a stand against BDS, arguing in favor of Radiohead's show in Israel and eventually going on to open for them. We sat down with her after she performed in a Jerusalem-area settlement.

Ynet News October 16, 2017 Elisha Ben Kimon

Senior Arab officials from Kafr Qasim pay a condolence visit to the bereaved family of Reuven Shmerling, who was murdered in the Arab city in a nationalistically motivated attack; MK Issawi Frej: 'Shmerling worked in Kafr Qasim, he did not talk about coexistence—he lived it.'

Arutz Sheva October 16, 2017 Staff

Arab-Israeli town where Temple Mount terrorists lived hosts event supporting leader of banned extremist movement at lottery sports hall.

Haaretz October 15, 2017 Jack Khoury

MK Ayman Odeh responds to remarks by Labor leader Avi Gabbay who said Arab parties wouldn't be part of his government.

The Jerusalem Post October 15, 2017 Yair Ettinger

One delegation member told 'The Jerusalem Post' that he received threats to be 'burned alive.'

The Forward October 13, 2017 Talya Zax

“The political persecution, detentions and restrictions on freedom of expression, in my opinion, are a symptom of the crisis of Israel,” Tatour said in a 2016 interview with Salon.

Haaretz October 12, 2017 Ayelett Shani

From tradition to violence to discrimination, many Israeli Arab women face major obstacles to joining the workforce. Meet the woman who is helping them, against all odds.

International Business Times October 11, 2017 Ananya Roy

The three complainants, who are Palestinian citizens of Israel, alleged they were humiliated because of their nationality.

Jerusalem Post October 10, 2017 Yair Ettinger

Elkhoury is part of a delegation of the Reservists on Duty (RoD) organization, defending Israel’s reputation in the corridors and halls of higher education.

Jerusalem Post October 6, 2017 Ben Lynfield

The Abraham Fund has unveiled a new ad campaign.

Haaretz October 3, 2017 Judy Maltz

Khalil and Reem Bakly, two Muslims from northern Israel, are inviting Jews and Arabs from near and far to join them at their super-sized, 100% kosher sukkah for food, music, laughs and discussion.

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