‘To Ask an Arab Student to Internalize This Is a Way of Humiliating Him’

by Henriette Chacar Before an Israeli high school student can participate in a school-sponsored trip overseas they must first answer a series of questions. “How do Palestinian organizations use social media?” is one of them. The only correct answer? “To incite… Continue Reading  

Israeli Incursions into Gaza Are the Rule, Not the Exception

by Henriette Chacar Since Israeli special forces troops got into a deadly firefight with Hamas commandos deep inside the Gaza Strip Sunday night, Israel has dropped dozens of bombs and missiles into Gaza and Hamas has fired hundreds of rockets… Continue Reading  

What Spurred Israel’s Druze to Demand Equality Now?

by Henriette Chacar Eman Safady, like many Druze citizens of Israel, felt personally betrayed by the Jewish Nation-State Law. A journalist from the village of Abu Snan in the Galilee and an officer at the Union of Journalists in Israel, she was… Continue Reading