Publications

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The protest by Arab citizens of Israel against the State Prosecutor's Office decision to indict ten young Arabs from Shafa’amr for attacking Natan Zada is appropriate. It is a protest against the...
During its last term, the Knesset’s debated a “marathon” of racist laws before retiring for the Passover holidays, after having fulfilled its national obligations to the utmost degree. On 29...
On 14 May 1948, the city of Jaffa fell; of the close to 100,000 Palestinians who had lived in the city until that time, less than 4,000 remained. The people of Jaffa were congregated into the Al...
In practice, the Citizenship Law creates three hierarchical paths for receiving citizenship in Israel: The first, the highest rung on the hierarchical ladder, is reserved for Jews under the Law of...
This month Israel celebrated its 60th anniversary and a panoply of politicians and celebrities honored its achievements. The star attraction at the official celebrations was undoubtedly George...
In this short article, I will discuss the legal culture of the state’s agents, who represent the official positions of Israel in cases regarding discrimination against the Arab national minority....
The metaphor of the Gaza Strip as the world’s largest prison is unfortunately outdated. Israel now treats the Strip more like a zoo. For running a prison is about constraining or repressing...
Who will promote democracy and human rights in Annapolis?
Dozens of UN resolutions and calls by the international community to end Israel’s prolonged occupation and to enable the Palestinian people to exercise their right of self-determination have...
I argue here that 1967 and 1948 are not so different; both are variables. “Reality” and “History” are human productions. There is nothing natural, immutable or deterministic about them. In...
Without a doubt the law enforcement authorities, which believe that integrity can be disregarded when it comes to the interests of Arab citizens, have also adopted a discriminatory policy in their...
To mark Palestinian Prisoners’ Day, 17th April, Adalah’s Media Coordinator Amal Ziadah interviews former political prisoner Areej Shahbari, a Palestinian woman from Nazareth
The Israeli planning system adopted the Zionist ideology that perceives Jewish settlement throughout the state as a supreme goal, which also has the practical purpose of achieving geopolitical...
Kol al-Arab: Why is Adalah proposing a constitution, even if it is entitled “Democratic”? Are you aware that there is no chance of Israel adopting it in the current circumstances? Marwan Dalal:...
The basic contents of the “Democratic Constitution”, issued by Adalah, fall into two fields. The first field relates to general rights in the state and the rights of the Palestinians in Israel...
Corrective justice according to the “Democratic Constitution” is among the most important characteristics of democratic societies which in the past pursued policies of land and property...
We, the Israeli Jews among us, have to agree to afford the rights that should have been granted from the start, and we shall not make the accordance of said rights conditional in any way, since...
We, the Israeli Jews among us, have to agree to afford the rights that should have been granted from the start, and we shall not make the accordance of said rights conditional in any way, since...
On the tenth anniversary of its founding, Adalah is issuing "The Democratic Constitution," as a constitutional proposal for the state of Israel, based on the concept of a democratic, bilingual,...
Those who are called political prisoners are perceived as freedom fighters, those who resist foreign rule or a despotic regime. The opposition to classifying them as such reflects a deep-rooted,...