Judge effectively rubber-stamps request from state.
The local branch of Israel’s ruling Likud party in Jaffa hopes to finish the job started by the Haganah, Irgun and other terrorist groups in 1948 – albeit by “democratic” means.
The September 2000 rebellion united Palestinians across geographical divisions.
Recent protests against the expulsion of Bedouins indicate that some Palestinians are accepting the limits of liberal discourse rather than demanding national liberation.
Even Shin Bet intelligence officers are presented as sympathetic in The Attack.
Palestinian activists camping in Iqrit vow to resist warnings from Israeli authorities.
In Israel, a citizen’s right toprotest depends on his or her ethnic and religious background. If those protesting happen to be Palestinian citizens of Israel, those rights simply vanish.
Israel wants Palestinians “to be weak, separate religious communities” to divide and conquer, says Palestinian Christian activist.
Spray-painted hate messages betray motivation behind attacks.
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