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The job applicant was willing to compromise by wearing his beard in a net, but McDonald's wouldn't accept this - claiming that having a beard was in breach of their company policy.
Prof. Tamar Hermann of the Israel Democracy Institute and the Open University told The Jerusalem Post that "sensitivity to what might be viewed as racism is higher."
The discussion is termed "Holy to Many: Views on Religious Freedom."
A court in Frankfurt ruled in November that Kuwait Airways was within its rights to refuse service to an Israeli citizen.
By BENJAMIN WEINTHAL
Central Bureau of Statistics reveals that more people in Jerusalem report encountering discrimination than in Tel Aviv or Haifa.
By OMER YANIV
The suspect is known for posting a YouTube video in 2016 in which she called the Holocaust the most “persistent lie in all of history.”
“We will aim to change the way we think, feel and act towards age and aging.”
By SARAH LEVI
The professor removed the student, who had refused to take off her hijab.
A video uploaded to Facebook went viral after an Israeli-Arab was barred from getting on Kuwait Airways flight because of his Israeli passport.
The decision is based around incidents that include hotel staff removing women wearing burkinis from pools.
By JACOB GOFF KLEIN
Il y a deux ans, des manifestations d’Israéliens originaires d’Ethiopie contre les discriminations secouaient le pays. Depuis, le gouvernement a pris de nouvelles dipositions
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
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