Months after Israel changed visa procedures for foreigners entering the West Bank to visit Palestinians, the process remains murky.
The infinite indignities and humiliations of daily life for Palestinian spouses living in Jerusalem on Israeli military stay permits
A fictional couple plays out how Israel’s new regulations for foreigners wishing to visit the West Bank will seep into their private lives.
Restrictive visa requirements for any foreigner visiting Palestinians who hold PA IDs and live in the West Bank take effect.
In response to a 2017 attack, Israel expands the scope of punitive actions against surviving family members, including residency revocations.
After a 30-year legal fight, Palestinian Jerusalemite Akram Abd al-Haq was able to have the permanent-resident status with which he was born reinstated, offering hope for others.
What does it mean to have “no status” (i.e., to be stateless) after the state revokes one’s residency?
The state inflicts devastating punishment on a Palestinian family for the actions of a dead man; the consequences are lifelong and irrevocable, especially for the children.
Mai reflects on her reasons for applying for Israeli citizenship and the psychological and emotional cost of that decision.