Netanyahu’s bikini-wearing rival is a trained lawyer, Navy veteran, and activist mother of three.
“My father thought it could be a problem for an Arab to go to a Jewish high-tech company. But I really like it here.”
It was advertising a debate in Paris titled: “Stranglehold on Israel. Netanyahu or the end of the Zionist dream.”
Two men blocked the man’s bus in Modiin Ilit, boarded it and hit his face.
Runners Without Borders is one of the only Israeli organizations that brings Jews and Arabs together for a common, fun purpose.
“The attempt to co-opt a decades-old, inclusive civic empowerment campaign by a white nationalist … is deeply offensive and must not be allowed.”
Recent events have called Israeli democracy into question. Just how democratic is the Jewish State?
Since the 1967 Six-Day War, the Arab residents there have boycotted local elections so as not to grant any legitimacy to Israel’s presence.
I am accustomed to being a recipient of “random” additional screenings at the airport, but I was woefully unprepared for Israel’s immigration counter.
The proposed legislation, which would affirm Israel’s status as the nation-state of the Jewish people, would actually contribute to inequality.