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  • Israel cannot afford to abandon its Arab youth

    Sixty thousand Arab youths in Israel are defined as 'idle,' neither working nor studying, a precursor to a life of unemployment and violence. It's time for the state to take drastic steps to ensure they too have a future. By Makbula Nassar Sixty-thousand young Arabs between the 18-22 are defined by the state as "idle" — those who do not work or study. But the term is deceiving: there is nothing idle about these young people; in fact, the term is probably better suited to the local authorities who do nothing to ameliorate their situation. Forty percent of people in…

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