Today Mizrahi Jews tend to vote for right-wing politicians. But their community was once radical. Read more about When Israel's Black Panthers found common cause with Palestinians
Despite the huge resources dedicated to Hebrew, some Jewish Israeli writers work in Arabic. Read more about Can literature disrupt Israel’s identity?
The fundamental premise of Zionism is “the understanding, rooted in a traumatic past, of Jews as ongoing victims of outside aggression,” says a new book. Read more about In new book, Palestinians, Israeli Jews reflect on history of ethnic cleansing
Danny Ayalon’s new diplomatic efforts are designed to distract from — and further deny — the Palestinian right of return. Read more about Why Israel's "refugee day" is a smokescreen to deny Palestinian rights
“The way the Israeli establishment uses our history from the 1950s, is not in order to give us our rights back, but in order to get rid of the rights of the Palestinians,” Iraqi Jews say. Read more about Iraqi Jews reject ‘cynical manipulation’ of their history by Israel, Zionists, writer Almog Behar tells EI
“Laila,” a pseudonymous underground artist, speaks to The Electronic Intifada about young Palestinians carrying on the revolutionary tradition of political graffiti. Read more about Taking back Palestine's streets: exclusive interview with underground Jerusalem graffiti artist
Israel’s new diplomatic campaign to draw attention to the forgotten plight of Jews from Arab countries is an attempt to use historical injustices to justify current injustices. Read more about Israel's cynical campaign to pit Arab Jews against Palestinian refugees