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
Despite it all, hope is on the rainbow, writes Yousef M. Aljamal from Gaza, as his mother enjoys a long-awaited reunion with her family in the West Bank. Read more about Our day will come (and soon)
Israel is severely criticized for violating the right to equality in a new report by the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination. Read more about UN body "appalled" by Israel's racial segregation policies
My grandfather, 84 year old Ibrahim Hasan Alsaafin, was older than the Zionist state of Israel when he died on Monday in the Khan Younis refugee camp, still yearning to return to his village of al-Fallujah 64 years on, a mere 15 miles away. Read more about My Grandfather Passed Away and I was Denied the Right to See Him
Human Rights Watch issued a 90-page report on Israeli occupation policies affecting Palestinian residency rights in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Israel has arbitrarily denied thousands of Palestinians the ability to live in, and travel to and from, those areas, says the rights group. Read more about Human Rights Watch: Israel must stop tearing Palestinian families apart
An Israeli law forbidding Palestinians gaining citizenship upon marrying an Israeli leaves thousands of families in limbo. Read more about Palestinian families denied rights by Israel's racist marriage laws
Badil center responds to the Israeli high court’s rejection of a challenge to the racist “citizenship law”: “This illustrates once more the Israeli self portrait as an exclusively Jewish state with a different set of rights for its Jewish and non-Jewish (mainly Palestinian) inhabitants.” Read more about Badil center for residency and refugee rights' response to Israel's racist "citizenship law"
Israel’s High Court has rejected a legal challenge to the Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law, in a 6-5 decision on Wednesday. Despite a “security” justification, the ruling has been praised in explicitly racist terms, as helping Israel maintain its ‘Jewish majority’. Read more about Israel's High Court upholds racist 'Citizenship Law' to avoid "national suicide"
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