Palestinian citizens of Israel
Israeli Supreme Court upholds law to revoke citizenship for those who commit a “breach of loyalty”

Some predict that the decision, which declares that it is legal for the government to revoke citizenship for a “breach of loyalty,” will be applied exclusively to Palestinian citizens of Israel

Israeli racist laws Israel seeks to bring back law denying Palestinian spouses of Israeli citizens right to live in the country

Despite opposition from some of its coalition partners, the Israeli government headed by Naftali Bennett re-introduced the Citizenship and Entry into Israel bill, which had expired last year due to lack of majority support in the parliament

Law that discriminates against Palestinian families in Israel set to expire after 18 years

The Citizenship and Entry into Israel Law was not renewed after a vote in the Knesset resulted in a tie. The law effectively separates Palestinians in the occupied territories from their spouses who are citizens of Israel

Israel intensifies persecution of its Palestinian citizens over opposition

Israel’s security forces have waged a campaign and arrested more than 3,000 Palestinian citizens since the second week of May this for their participation in protests against Israeli aggression at Al-Aqsa and in Gaza, calling it “operation law and order”