Arabs claim Israeli discrimination

Palestinians living within Israel's borders complain of discrimination.

    Discrimination faced by Palestinians living within Israel's borders remains one of the key sticking points in Middle East peace talks.
     
    Umm al-Fahm is a town made up almost entirely of Palestinian Israelis - those who found themselves within the new border when Israel was created in 1948.

    Israel's declaration of independence, the equivalent of a constitution, states that all citizens are equal but the one-fifth of the population who are Palestinian, believe they are less equal than others.
     
    Al Jazeera's Dan Nolan reports from Umm al-Fahm, Israel.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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