Lara Alqasem, who grew up in Southwest Ranches, sits in a courtroom before a hearing in district court in Tel Aviv on Oct. 11. Israel’s Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, Oct. 18, that Alqasem, originally denied entry into Israel because of her pro-Palestinian activism, can stay in the country and enroll in a graduate program in Jerusalem.
Lara Alqasem, who grew up in Southwest Ranches, sits in a courtroom before a hearing in district court in Tel Aviv on Oct. 11. Israel’s Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, Oct. 18, that Alqasem, originally denied entry into Israel because of her pro-Palestinian activism, can stay in the country and enroll in a graduate program in Jerusalem. Sebastian Scheiner AP
Lara Alqasem, who grew up in Southwest Ranches, sits in a courtroom before a hearing in district court in Tel Aviv on Oct. 11. Israel’s Supreme Court ruled on Thursday, Oct. 18, that Alqasem, originally denied entry into Israel because of her pro-Palestinian activism, can stay in the country and enroll in a graduate program in Jerusalem. Sebastian Scheiner AP