Israel’s recent escalation fails to break a steadfast people.
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Palestinian citizens of Israel
Killing of 17-year-old may amount to extrajudicial execution.
Radio journalists Ben Caspit and Yinon Magal call for violence against non-Jewish citizens.
Extremist mobs attacking Palestinians are organized, Adalah says.
Thousands took to the streets of Umm al-Fahm on Friday.
Palestinians experience unequal access to health care.
The fear is that many emergency measures -- already discriminatory -- will remain long after corona.
Frustrated Meir Weinstein doubles down on ethnic cleansing calls.
Aziz Maraka sharply criticized for concert in Palestinian town in Israel.
Newspaper of record is still a gatekeeper on Palestinian freedom and equal rights.
White House officials inaugurate Israeli settlement project
Tamer Nafar from hip-hop group DAM stars in new film *Junction 48*.
Palestinians who became Israeli citizens through no choice of their own in 1948 have steadfastly maintained their national culture.
Many young Palestinian citizens of Israel have been radicalized over the past few years.
The Israeli municipality demolished the home of a mother of four as part of its apartheid policy, say Palestinians.
“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.
A recently published proposal to divide Palestine into provinces would be no more than a continuation of Zionist policies of ethnic cleansing and dispossession of Palestinians.
Eight Jewish-only communities surrounding Tarshiha have been allocated considerably more resources than its indigenous Palestinians.
Jibril Nadaf advocates conscription to an Israeli army that kills his fellow Palestinians.
The attorney general who ensured there was no accountability for Israeli state violence against protesters in 2000 has now been made a high court judge.
“For 66 years we have been trying to return,” says refugee rights activist.