Marriage facilitation businesses have mushroomed as economy has dried up. Read more about Young Gaza couples start marriage in debt
Artist sought to spark debate with controversial mural. Read more about Why I painted a rainbow flag on Israel's apartheid wall
Brides and bridegrooms are now being smuggled through the Gaza tunnels, adding to the usual fare of medicine, building materials and commercial goods. Read more about Love and light at the end of Gaza’s tunnels
“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
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"