The Mossawa Center hosts discussion to find...

27/06/2017

With over thirty-three murders so far this year, the Mossawa Center hosts a discussion to find solutions to crime and violence in the Arab community, calling on the state to dedicate greater energy and resources to reducing organized crime and weapons smuggling in...

A Foreign Diplomatic Delegation Visits Jisr Az-Zarqa

22/06/2017

At the initiative of The Mossawa Center, a foreign delegation of a number of embassies visited the village of Jisr Az-Zarqa to check on the general situation of the village and to follow up on the opportunity for economic development in the Arab community.

Disparities in higher education demonstrate the need...

20/06/2017

With Arabs constituting a mere 3.23% of professors in Israeli higher education institutions, government officials, civil society members, politicians, and academics alike came together on Thursday, June 15, to propose solutions for improved Arab participation in...

Joint Statement on the Citizenship and Family...

12/06/2017

The Mossawa Center, in cooperation with five other human rights organizations, expresses it opposition to the Citizenship and Family Unification Law. The law is expected to pass today, May 12, at 4:00 PM.

Security officer kills twenty-year old Arab citizen...

06/06/2017

Residents of the Arab locality Kafr Qasim gathered on Monday night to protest police negligence despite rising violence. Amidst clashes, a security officer killed twenty-year-old Muhammed Taha in an excessive use of force. Since 2000, Israeli state authorities have...

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