We need to reach a future in which the religious freedom of Muslims who wish to hear the call to prayer does not infringe upon the peace of mind of non-Muslims and non-practising Muslims.
By Khaled Diab The Israeli government fears and combats peace and rights activists with greater gusto and urgency than armed extremists. Thursday 6 October 2016 Anyone who has met the soft-spoken and mild-mannered Brigitte Herremans, the Middle East policy officer at…
As the Israeli Knesset declares war on its Palestinian members, Ayman Odeh believes the only way to salvage democracy and built peace is through a joint Arab-Jewish struggle.
Netanyahu’s re-election promises “business as usual”. But this is an extremely risky venture on the Iranian-Israeli and Israeli-Palestinian fronts.
For Palestinians in Israel, the recent race for the Knesset was both the worst of elections and the best.
When Netanyahu’s election victory was declared, rather than grieve, Arabs in Israel were out on the streets celebrating.
Active and effective Arab political participation in the next Knesset can be a game changer, shifting the Palestinian struggle towards civil rights.