Israel’s three Arab factions are struggling to unite to pass a higher electoral threshold– or risk having no representation in parliament after elections in March. “The Knesset is a parliamentary tool we use, and we think through it we can achieve rights,” said Taleb Abu Arar, a representative of the Raam-Taal list.
Israel’s three Arab factions are struggling to unite to pass a higher electoral threshold– or risk having no representation in parliament after elections in March. “The Knesset is a parliamentary tool we use, and we think through it we can achieve rights,” said Taleb Abu Arar, a representative of the Raam-Taal list. McClatchy
Israel’s three Arab factions are struggling to unite to pass a higher electoral threshold– or risk having no representation in parliament after elections in March. “The Knesset is a parliamentary tool we use, and we think through it we can achieve rights,” said Taleb Abu Arar, a representative of the Raam-Taal list. McClatchy

New Knesset rules lead Israeli Arabs to unite in hopes of winning seats

January 22, 2015 6:31 PM