Politicians fan the flames of racial hatred. Read more about Video: Israeli crowd cheers as Africans called "slaves"
Health ministry inspectors recently poured bleach on food in a restaurant run by refugees. Read more about Africans denied right to work in Israel
Counter-demonstrators attacked last year’s event marking the anniversary of the dispossession of Palestine Read more about Despite threats, students to commemorate Nakba at Tel Aviv University
On the 65th anniversary of Israel’s establishment, the group Zochrot is spreading the truth about the Nakba — in Hebrew. Read more about Map of destroyed villages aims to teach Israelis about Nakba
The UN’s refugee agency warns that Eritreans could be ill-treated if sent back home. Read more about Israel coerces Africans to sign "voluntary repatriation" forms
Violence against Africans in Israel — and inflammatory rhetoric by Israeli parliamentarians — is nothing new, and is on the rise. Read more about Africans fear more violence as Knesset members incite racism in Tel Aviv
Hundreds of thousands of families — from Palestinians to Southeast Asian migrant workers to African refugees — are being fractured by Israel’s racist laws which seek to limit the number of non-Jews in the country. Read more about Israel blocks mother from visiting her own daughters
The African asylum-seekers have been greeted upon arrival in Israel with a hostile government that offers them no support or protection and wants them out. Read more about Detaining Africans latest step in making Israel an ethnocracy
An amendment to Israel’s “Prevention of Infiltration” law will mean prison time for asylum seekers and their children — as well as for those who offer them humanitarian aid. Read more about Israel jails asylum seekers, labels them "infiltrators"
A new exhibition reveals how the right of return for Palestinian refugees could be implemented. Read more about Exhibition explores implementing right of return