The "High Follow-Up Committee for Arab Citizens of Israel" has called for a general strike today, a call which has been heeded widely - but almost entirely by Palestinian Israelis, and even among them not universally.
Some employers have warned their employees that if they do not come to work today, their employment will be terminated immediately.
Now, this is likely unlawful termination by Israeli labor law - but that's usually not enough to get you reinstated; rather, the courts usually award compensation/damages to the employee.
I was wondering, though - regardless of Israeli labor law - is there any relevant part international law - e.g. in the forms of treaties or agreements - under would help such employees keep their workplace?
I'm specifically interested both in law that is binding in Israel and law which is non-binding in Israel (e.g. a treaty it hasn't signed).