The Knesset Ministerial Committee on Legislation approved a bill on 6 May, which outlines the framework of the government’s plan to regulate Bedouin land settlement in the Negev.
Preview Hebrew University Associate Professor, Alexander Yakobson's article on the attitudes of Israel's Arab minority, from the third edition of Fathom, a quarterly online app taking a deeper look at Israel and the region.
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After a distinguished career as the chairman of emergency medicine at the Emek Medical Center in Afula, Arab physician Dr Aziz Darawshe has become the new head of emergency medicine at Hadassah University Hospital in Jerusalem.
At the opening ceremony of the first Arab industrial park in Nazareth on 23 April, President Peres said that bringing high-tech companies to Arab communities was the best way to utilise the human resource potential of the 70,000 Arabs graduates in Israel today.
Named the person "with the most influence in IT Education in Israel today” by the Ministry of Education, the UK Task Force was delighted to host Ifat Baron from ITWorks for a lunch briefing and discussion on Tuesday 9 April at the JHub.
Following a ministerial cabinet meeting on 7 April, the Israeli government announced that it intends to submit a draft universal service bill for mandatory military or national civilian service to the Knesset within the next 49 days.
New Economy and Trade Minister, MK Naftali Bennett, highlighted the need to promote equal employment opportunities in the Arab sector at two conferences this week.
Thousands of Arab citizens of Israel marched on 30 March to mark Land Day, which is held in memory of the six Arabs killed by the Israeli Army in 1976 whilst protesting against the expropriation of Arab lands.