circassian

Letters
October 25: Readers react to local elections

Barkat’s tepid victory could easily spell tomorrow’s trouncing unless very serious steps are taken to build the city’s commercial appeal.

By JERUSALEM POST READERS
24/10/2013
Circassian men in traditional garb
Circassian pride and pain

A small community of non-Arab Muslims from southern Russia who fled persecution and settled in the Galilee are threatening to disrupt next Winter Olympics.

By JOHN M. BLACK
26/06/2013
Druse hospitality
Bikers begin training for Wheels of Love charity

City Notes: Galilee group invites visitors to explore Druse, Circassian villages.

Purim celebrations in Jerusalem, 2/25/2013
In My Own Right: Stereotypes

Prejudice or preconceived idea: pre-judging without specific knowledge or reason.

Netanyahu and Liberman announce parties uniting
A clear victory for Likud among minorities

For the first time, the Likud received more minority votes than Labor or Meretz.

By AYOUB KARA
14/02/2013
Pita
Cultural gems in the Galilee

Enjoy a warm welcome and discover the rich heritage of the Druze and Circassians during Succot.

02/10/2012
Arab women
Inside out: Equality in the Arab sector

Campaign was designed in response to data showing generally lower levels of employment among Arab university graduates.

Kafr Kassim
A step in the right direction

Is a new plan for economic development in Arab towns a shift from politics to pragmatism?

By DANIEL EASTERMAN
24/05/2012
Dania Shumaf
Crystal clear

Dania Shumaf, the first Circassian novelist to take part in Hebrew Book Week, says she received wide support from her male-dominated village.

19/06/2011
Hamad Awidate, Druse from Majdal Shams
NIS 350m. plan approved for Beduin in North

The initiative calls for spending NIS 70m. on education including for toddlers and for youth at risk, and NIS 40m. for new classrooms.

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