Rains may quench fires, but cannot dampen government’s anti-Arab incitement. Read more about Palestinian accused of arson released by Israel
Palestinians in Israel
Israeli prime minister tries to shift responsibility for firefighting failures. Read more about Blaming Palestinians for fires part of Netanyahu's "strategy of incitement"
Though postponed this week, the demolition of Umm al-Hiran could take place at any moment. Read more about Protests keep Israel's bulldozers away from Bedouin village
The community of Bir Hadaj is protesting against Israel’s latest attack on its homes. Read more about Palestinian Bedouins defy Israel's bulldozers
Collection of essays examines the similarities and differences between South Africa under white rule and present-day Israel. Read more about What makes Israeli apartheid "special"?
Israel has demolished unrecognized Beduoin village more than 100 times. Read more about Six years of struggle in al-Araqib
A diverse program pleases solidarity audience and classical music fans alike. Read more about Palestine Youth Orchestra's triumphant UK debut
Haaretz columnist Sayed Kashua’s optimism and bitter humor worn down by daily racism. Read more about A Palestinian writer's damning dispatches from Israel
Bedouin communities in the Naqab desert face forcible transfer and urbanization. Read more about "We want to stay"
Israel subjects journalist to 40 days of abusive interrogation under gag order. Read more about Israel incorporates British colonial rules into its law
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