Israel’s efforts to close Palestine 48 are part of a broader strategy of “silencing the Arab public,” says channel’s board member. Read more about Netanyahu orders shutdown of TV channel for Palestinians in Israel
Palestinian citizens of Israel
Although Umm al-Hiran’s 700 Palestinian residents carry Israeli citizenship, Israel’s high court has approved their eviction to make way for a Jewish-only community. Read more about Israel court approves demolition of Bedouin village to make way for Jews
Kheir Hamdan is one of at least 51 Palestinian citizens of Israel killed by police since October 2000. Read more about Israel clears police in videotaped killing of Palestinian in Galilee village
Avigdor Lieberman may be trying to rally Israeli voters with incitement to brutal violence. Read more about Israeli foreign minister calls for beheading Palestinians
“What is she, an Arab?” angry Israeli passenger demands when sister doesn’t get what she wants. Read more about Viral Israeli air rage video casts light on ingrained anti-Arab racism
Palestinians who became Israeli citizens through no choice of their own in 1948 have steadfastly maintained their national culture. Read more about The long struggle of the Palestinians in Israel
Haneen Zoabi is accused of “incitement,” although Israeli politicians regularly call for the bloodshed of Palestinians. Read more about Israel bans Palestinian lawmaker Haneen Zoabi from parliament
Many young Palestinian citizens of Israel have been radicalized over the past few years. Read more about Why Palestinians should unite to support Naqab protests
The Israeli municipality demolished the home of a mother of four as part of its apartheid policy, say Palestinians. Read more about Israeli demolition of Palestinian woman's home "a double crime"
“Even if the entire government of Israel comes, I’m not going to leave my home,” says 80-year-old Yousef in Roshmia, a brave new documentary film. Read more about New Palestinian film documents final "destruction of the refugee tent"
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