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Some 20 percent of Israel's population. Primarily Muslim, but with some Christian communities.
“Who knows but that for this moment you have reached the rungs of power” [Esther 4:14].
"Fluency in Hebrew is crucial to the [communication] between a patient and a physician."
The leaders of the Arab sector said on Tuesday that they were hoping that at least 60% of the Arab voters would cast ballots by the end of the day.
“If someone had told me, ‘This lump could be cancer’ I would have gone and had it tested without thinking twice, but I’d never heard anything about these problems.”
By MAAYAN HARUNI
The new law solidifies Israel as a state with a large minority that has formally erased the illusion or the dream of equality.
By GERSHON BASKIN
Organizations steps up fight against perceived discrimination by public officials.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The draft plan could be a stepping stone for Gantz to enter politics.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Israeli Arabs find the move risky.
Higher education and training are the thresholds for entering the labor market and for gaining occupational mobility, and they also contribute to social cohesion.
By JEHUDA HADDAD
In the post, Netanyahu appears to falsely accuse the soccer audience at a game in an Israeli-Arab city of jeering during a moment of silence for ten Israeli teens who were killed in a flash flood.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
After 70 years, Israel has still not determined the future of its capital, leaving Jerusalem's residents with uncertainty and hurdles in their way to become citizens.
By UDI SHAHAM
The city of Lod claims other motives.
By SHLOMIT TSUR/ GLOBES
Closing the gaps between Israel’s Jewish and Arab citizens requires a partnership.
By KENNETH BANDLER
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