Admissions Committee Law

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Committees in Israeli Jewish towns can reject potential residents based on 'social suitability', essentially enforcing de facto housing segregation between Jewish and Arab citizens.
Adalah: Kfar Vradim's racist move, aimed to keep Arab citizens out and "preserve town's Zionist-Jewish-secular character," tramples most basic tenets of democracy.
Hiran set for construction in place of Bedouin town of Umm al-Hiran; state had committed: 'Hiran is planned as general community into which any Israeli of any background or religion may integrate'.
On 4 December 2012, an expanded panel of nine Supreme Court justices heard the final arguments on a case challenging the constitutionality of the discriminatory “Admissions Committee Law.” The...