Measure similar to apartheid laws in South Africa. Read more about Israel renews racist marriage law
At least 2,600 Bedouins have been made stateless, according to official data. Read more about How Israel robs Palestinians of citizenship
Israel expands collective punishment powers by revoking Jerusalem residency of family of man who killed four soldiers. Read more about Israel punishes family members for acts of relatives
Once they reach 16, sons and daughters need special permits to visit their parents, from a web of Israeli bureaucracy campaigners say is aimed at driving Palestinians out of Jerusalem. Read more about Thousands of Jerusalem children denied basic services by Israeli apartheid
Love in a Time of Apartheid challenges the deliberate divisions to which Palestinians are subjected by Israel’s racist citizenship rules. Read more about Taking direct action against Israel's racist marriage law
Litigation on the part of the Palestinian minority in Israel and their rights requires the consideration of an especially complex situation. Read more about Can rights be won in Israel's courts?
“The separation fence must be closed and sealed. The Egyptian border fence must be closed and sealed. We must build a fence on the Jordanian border immediately, no one gets in or out! Jews who live in Judea and Samaria [West Bank] may come in and out - Arabs may not come in and out.” Read more about Israel will collapse unless Africans and Palestinians are expelled, fenced, says legal advocate
Responses to the ruling by Israel’s High Court in favour of the racist Citizenship Law highlight the country’s obsession with demography and separation - fears with a historical echo. Read more about Israel's demography obsession has historical echo