A Joint List campaign poster in Yiddish displayed in Bnei Brak reads "Your vote against the conscription decree."

Joint List Launches Campaigns in Yiddish, Russian, and Amharic

Sixteen days before the March 2 general election, the Joint List launched sector-based campaigns on Sunday, February 16, in Yiddish, Russian and Amharic, seeking to present itself as the electoral choice for all marginalized communities in Israel. On that day, the Joint List began displaying posters in the ultra-Orthodox (haredi) areas of cities like Bnei Brak…

Occupation soldiers standing on the periphery of the West Bank settlement Beitar Illit, which was partially built on land expropriated from the Palestinian village of Wadi Fukin

Settlements Receive the Largest Per Capita Subsidies for Their Budgets

According to a recent report released by the Adva Center, the majority of the settlements on the Occupied Palestinian Territories receive the largest amount of Israeli governmental subsidies for municipal budgets. The report details the latest figures available on central government financing of local authorities and offers comparisons between four different types of localities: the…