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Let Arab parties into the ruling coalition

As negotiations begin toward setting up a new Israeli government after the election, it’s time to give the representatives of 20 percent of Israel’s citizens an active role. 804 more words

Arabs in Knesset may change status quo in Israel


Source: Daily Sabah

While Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival Benny Gantz struggle to win the electoral stalemate, the latest statement by the Arab Joint List may create a new balance of power… 478 more words


Elected but under attack: How space is shrinking for Palestinian MPs in Israel

As Israel gears up for its second election in a year, Amnesty International has published a new briefing highlighting what it describes as “increasing threats” to the “freedom of expression” of Palestinian members of the Knesset. 882 more words



Joseph told me that if I go to Jesus’ Tomb about 9 am, there should be no crowds. So at 9 am I was at the Church of The Holy Sepulchre. 1,421 more words

The Debate About Two States is Between Arabs Themselves and Jews Themselves

The common refrain surrounding the Arab-Israeli Conflict is that the Israelis and Arabs need to find a compromise solution that will work for both parties. People on the left believe that Israel, as the entity which is much stronger than the Palestinian Authority, must make the majority of that compromise. 1,478 more words


Israeli Arabs SUPPORT Israel as the Nation State of the Jewish People

On a good day, the mainstream media will spin narratives of alternative facts. On bad days, they will completely lie to their readership, either deliberately or through indifference to doing research which might reveal facts counter to their preferred narratives. 493 more words


Identity politics, Israel style: Treat Israeli Arabs As People, Not Things

Good post on Ottomans and Zionists:

If there was a silver lining to the deal brokered by Prime Minister Netanyahu between Bayit Yehudi and Otzma Yehudit to run as a joint electoral list and the immediate furor that ensued, it is that it focused a spotlight on the most abhorrent prejudice and racism that is exhibited toward Israel’s Arab citizens.

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