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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.
They will speak to colleagues in haredi, secular and Arab schools, as well as to people in religious and secular settlements.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Not everyone shares the same vision for the Jewish state.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Backed by the Jerusalem District Court, Elad insists the purchase of the property was legitimate.
By UDI SHAHAM
This week's social news.
Arab families reportedly succeeded last week in attaining 58 out of 125 tenders for land in a new neighborhood to be built in Kfar Vradim, which neighbors the Arab area of Tarshiha.
By BEN LYNFIELD
A victory for Israel and its Arab youth
By NASREEN HADAD HAJ-YAHYA
By AMNON BE'ERI-SULITZEANU
The report does make note of possible extreme shocks affecting the Israeli economy, including renewed geopolitical tensions and the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Fewer Jews say they are ready to have Arab neighbors and fewer Arabs are accepting of Israel as a state with a Jewish majority.
While Jewish Israelis on Wednesday were heatedly arguing over whether Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu should resign, Arab citizens were also closely following the developments.
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