Join the Mossawa Center in exploring the situation on the ground for the Arab minority in Israel amidst the Coronavirus and the latest political developments, with panelists MK Dr. Yousef Jabareen of the Joint List and Professor Fahed Hakim, Head of Nazareth Hospital EMMS.
EU Ambassador Emanuele Giaufret, accompanied by Mashreq official in the European Foreign Ministry Colin Scicluna, visited the Palestinian town of Jisr az-Zarqa - one of the poorest and most underdeveloped localities in Israel - to witness first hand its dire situation and Mossawa's work in it.
In the upcoming elections, the political parties representing the Arab Palestinian community in Israel will face both low voter turn-out and a continued drift of votes to Jewish parties.
The "Cameras Law" that was approved by the Israeli cabinet, has been thwarted before even reaching a first reading in the Knesset. Netanyahu's efforts to suppress the Arab vote seem to have been foiled for the time being.
A scathing new report by Human Rights Watch highlights dire realities of discriminatory planning policies by the Israeli government to squeeze and suffocate Palestinian localities in Israel.
Mossawa Center condemns Gantz's latest comments stating that he will never form a governing coalition with Palestinian Arab parties. Mossawa Center condemns this latest maneuver in the strongest possible terms and reiterates the pressing need to build a progressive coalition within Israel.
Mossawa Center vehemently condemns the bigoted and hate filled appeal to the Central Elections Committee by Likud MKs to ban Joint List MK Hiba Yazbak from running in the upcoming elections.
The Mossawa Center condemns Benjamin Netanyahu's latest round of incitement against Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel at a so-called "emergency" Likud rally.
The Mossawa Center stands in solidarity with the Ethiopian community in Israel following the shooting of 19 year-old Solomon Tekah at the hands of Police officers.
Friends of Mossawa recently returned from a two-week tour of North America during which it brought the voices of Palestinian citizens of Israel into the public discussion in the United States and Canada.
An analysis by The Mossawa Center reveals the worrying truth behind the Israeli election results and the important, yet dangerous, role identity politics played in the elections. The report also outlines changes the need to take place in order for meaningful peace building to take place.
Following the Likud and Right-wing bloc's win, gaining a total of 59 seats between them with 90% of the votes counted, as well as the surge of the Joint List to 15 seats, here are the possible trends and outcomes following Israel's March 2020 elections.
Following the dramatic surge in Arab voter turnout in the recent Israeli elections, a heavy burden of responsibility has fallen on the shoulders of the Joint List - gaining a unique position of power, where it will have unprecedented influence over the formation of the next government coalition.
As with minorities in the United States, the Palestinian Arab minority in Israel has continued to struggle with the coronavirus outbreak.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread globally, the Palestinian Arab community in Israel is at greater risk of suffering from the virus.
From the Israeli elections and what it could mean for Palestinian Arab citizens of Israel and Netanyahu, to a new Mossawa Center Executive Director being appointed; it has been a busy February!
From Trump's 'Deal of the Century' to our roundtable discussions with US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Joint List member Aida Touma-Sliman, January was a very busy month!
From exhibits at the United Nations to meetings with ambassadors, read all about the work we've accomplished in November.
Our October 2019 Newsletter covers all major events and projects we've worked on for the month.
Friends of Mossawa and the Mossawa Center recently returned from a two-week outreach program in the United States and Canada. The tour, which was led and organized by Friends of Mossawa, included meetings and events in Washington, D.C, Toronto, Ottawa, New York, and New Jersey.