Attorney Nizar Bakri, a Carmiel resident who filed a lawsuit on behalf of his nephews asking the municipality to fund transportation for Arab children to their schools

Court Denies Funds to Arab Pupils Based on Racist Nation-State Law

An Israeli court cited on Monday, November 30, the controversial nation-state law when it dismissed a lawsuit brought by two Arab schoolchildren against their northern town of Carmiel, ruling that the municipality’s “Jewish character” must be preserved. The lawsuit, which charged that the northern Israeli city was violating its obligation to provide transportation for Arab children…

"Humanitarian Support to Palestinians at risk of forcible transfer in the West Bank"; Khirbet Humsa after the Tuesday, November 3, demolition.

Israeli Army Totally Razes Bedouin Village in Occupied West Bank

Israeli bulldozers flanked by soldiers demolished Khirbet Humsa, a small Arab Bedouin village in the Jordan Valley in the occupied Palestinian West Bank on Tuesday morning, November 3, rendering around 73 Palestinians — including 41 children — homeless, according to the United Nations. Israeli human rights activists visited Khirbet Humsa, close to the West Bank city…

Police attempt to stop the demonstration on Ben Yehuda Street in Central Tel Aviv on Wednesday night, September 30. The small sign in the foreground reads: "Bibi, you're a nothing."

Hundreds March through Tel Aviv against Far-Right Government

Several hundred protesters marched through the streets of Tel Aviv on Wednesday night, September 30, among them activists from Hadash and the Communist Party of Israel (CPI), demonstrating against the far-right government and the new anti-democratic legislation aimed at limiting protests during the current coronavirus lockdown. The protesters set out from Habima Square and marched through…