After a three-year legal battle, the high court rules in favor of the Admissions Committees Law. Read more about Israeli high court upholds racist "admission committees" law
The European football federation should not award the Euro 2020 competition to the Israeli Football Association. Read more about UEFA punishes football fans for Palestine solidarity
Before dawn on Sunday morning, Israeli forces demolished the home of a Palestinian citizen of Israel in the town of Umm al-Fahim in the north of present-day Israel. Read more about Israel demolishes home of Palestinian citizen - video
In a report last month on Israel’s racist “Judaization” policies in the Negev, BBC reporter Tim Whewell wrote that “Jewish and Arab citizens of Israel are guaranteed full equality by law.” Responding to my complaint, the BBC’s Middle East desk has acknowledged that this is not the case, and “agree the wording of the sentence in question is inaccurate.” Read more about BBC acknowledges that Palestinian citizens of Israel are not guaranteed equality by law
The chair of Yisrael Beiteinu in Upper Nazareth has called for a campaign to pay Palestinian citizens to leave the city. Read more about “Initiative in Upper Nazareth: $10,000 to every Arab family that leaves”
For her use of the term “Judaization,” UN Special Rapporteur on the right to adequate housing Raquel Rolink earned the drummed-up outrage of right-wing pressure group NGO Monitor, who screamed ‘antisemitism’ and demanded her resignation. Read more about NGO Monitor declares terminology used by Israel's Danny Ayalon to be "anti-Semitic"
A prominent Israeli professor at the University of Haifa, Arnon Sofer, is urging the government to act fast to ethnically cleanse Palestinian Bedouins lest Israel be “destroyed” by them. Read more about Professor of Hate: Israeli "scholar" urges ethnic cleansing of Bedouins
High-ranking Jewish Agency official confirms that Israeli government plan for new communities in the Negev is about preventing Bedouin “incursion” and an “Arab belt” of land. Read more about Jewish Agency: goal of Israeli government plan to block Bedouin "incursion"
In the de facto one state that exists between the Mediterranean Sea and Jordan River, Israeli authorities are currently planning mass expulsions of around 60,000 Palestinians, specifically in order to free up more territory for Jewish settlement. Read more about Israel plans expulsion of some 60,000 Bedouin Palestinians
The Electronic Intifada contributor Arwa Aburawa spoke to Ra’ed al-Mickawi from Bustan, a green Bedouin organization, and Alice Gray an environmental expert based in the West Bank to find out more about the role of greenwashing in the Israeli occupation of the Naqab desert. Read more about JNF plants trees to uproot Bedouin