The Masoud family lives in Beit Jann, a Druze village on Mount Meron in northern Israel.
The terrorists stormed the Temple Mount in the summer of 2017 and murdered two policemen.
Israeli authorities notified the group before they departed that travel to Syria was illegal; the arrests came after months of investigation.
Many Druze Israelis who recognized the importance of donations for the needy bought food that was handed to the volunteers.
"In my community, they have a difficult time with the fact that a woman would ride a motorcycle or drive an ambulance, and treat patients at all hours of the day."
"This is a moment and an historic achievement for our village and for the entire (Druze) community.”
"Around 7 PM, when we had about 40% of the voters, one committee member came up to me and suggested they double the money I receive for this day, and in return I would allow them to share the votes of those who hadn't voted."
"The successful integration of young people from the community in the labor market is a natural step that will benefit not only the community, but also the entire Israeli economy."
Almost two months before the elections – advantage Bibi.
"It's a shame that we continue to deal with trifles instead of my many achievements as communications minister in the Israeli government."
Kazim Khalilieh, who presents pro-Israel lectures around the world, discussed the difficulties of advocating for Israel as a member of the Muslim community.
Border Police forces and inspectors of the Israel Nature and National Parks Authority conducted a search of the home of the suspect in Yarka, and found 44 protected partridges slaughtered and packed in a freezer.
Using these fraudulent documents to apply to the Israeli health ministry, the suspects received licenses to engage in the medical professions in Israel, police said.
Members of UNDOF used the crossing primarily for moving between the two countries; which is how it will be used now.
U.S. Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley warned that all parties “must abide by the 1974 agreement and keep any military forces other than UN peacekeepers out of the area.”
In August 2012, Makat was released from prison after serving 27 years for previous security offenses.
"Israel is and will remain a Jewish state, but we cannot forget the minorities who have tied their fates to the state's."
Netanyahu Convenes Second Meeting of New Ministerial Committee on Druze, Circassians and Minority Security...
The committee was established last week by a decision taken in the weekly government cabinet meeting.
The Struggle Headquarters propaganda maliciously misrepresents the law, using a false comparison between two Border Guard officers, one a Jew, the other a Druze.
Individual rights, Netanyahu said, are anchored in many of the state's laws, but not Jewish national rights.
Netanyahu said he would not continue to meet with someone who called Israel an Apartheid state.
In March 2017, Asad was arrested together with 12 others on suspicion of conspiring to commit a crime, money laundering, fraud and breach of trust.
Somehow Israel's minority populations have been led to believe their rights have been or will be abrogated by the passage of this basic law.
Not surprisingly, a full 84% of the Arab public thinks there was no need to legislate the Nationality Law.
"This morning when I got up to go to my base, I asked myself [...] why must I serve the State of Israel, the state which I and both my brothers and my fathers served [...] and in the end what are we? Second class citizens."
"There is a specific flaw in the law concerning our Druze brothers which must be rectified, but the law itself is essential and will remain in place."
Three Druze MKs, two of them members of the coalition, petitioned the High Court of Justice against the Nationality Law.
Stawi's family decided to honor Hail's memory by holding an annual race, The Ramos Race, named after Hail's son who was only three weeks old at the time of the attack.
The competition will expand to Germany and France for a following round next year, in response to high-demand from soccer clubs across Europe.
MK Esawi Frej (Meretz) suggested that "if this proposal is passed, every job for the Arab sector will go to the Druze."