Ayman Odeh (left), chairman of the newly formed Joint List of Arab parties, embraces a supporter at a polling place in Nazareth. Arab citizens of Israel voted in record numbers Tuesday to propel the Joint List to the third-largest party in Knesset, Israel's parliament.
Ayman Odeh (left), chairman of the newly formed Joint List of Arab parties, embraces a supporter at a polling place in Nazareth. Arab citizens of Israel voted in record numbers Tuesday to propel the Joint List to the third-largest party in Knesset, Israel's parliament. McClatchy
Ayman Odeh (left), chairman of the newly formed Joint List of Arab parties, embraces a supporter at a polling place in Nazareth. Arab citizens of Israel voted in record numbers Tuesday to propel the Joint List to the third-largest party in Knesset, Israel's parliament. McClatchy

Who really won Israel’s elections? It might well have been Israeli Arabs

March 17, 2015 07:37 PM