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An Israeli news site runs a piece about Palestinian men sexually assaulting Israeli women at the beach, begging the question: why is this particular story newsworthy when stories about Jewish men assaulting Jewish women rarely are?

A new award-winning film about Arab women battling their conservative society has touched off a real-life battle: The municipality of a major Arab city in Israel has called for a boycott of the film, and the film's director says she has received death threats for her unflinching portrayal of sex, drugs, parties, homosexuality and rape in her community.In its report of July 1937, the Peel Commission recommended the partition of Palestine.Its report drew the frontiers of a Jewish state in one-third of Palestine, and an Arab state in the remaining two-thirds, to be merged with Transjordan.The film tells the story of three Arab women who leave home to work and study in the live-and-let-live Israeli city of Tel Aviv.They find themselves stuck between an Arab society that often rejects nontraditional roles for women, and an Israeli society that while more open and Westernized, often doesn't treat Arabs as full equals.In a recording of the hotline obtained by Mail Online this week, the group has dropped the specific demand for informers and instead advertises martial arts seminars for the training of the 'Jewish Honour Guard'.It also advertises upcoming protests together with 'La Familia', a notoriously racist football hooligan group who support 'Beitar Jerusalem' - the only football club in Israel's premier league which has never signed an Arab player.The three-day Eid al-Fitr holiday marks the end of the holy fasting month of Ramadan.The Israeli army generally issues entry permits to Palestinians during Ramadan, allowing many to visit the beach for the first time. ran an article [Hebrew] on Friday with the following headline: “Palestinians who come to Tel Aviv’s beaches cannot resist the women.” The article describes how Palestinian men from the West Bank take advantage of their entry permits—which are granted with greater ease during the month of Ramadan in order to allow worshippers access to Jerusalem—to enjoy the beaches of Tel Aviv.But if you ask Walla, not all of these men are so innocent.According to the article, one 19-year-old Palestinian from Hebron was detained for sexually harassing two women on the beach this past week.