Arens well knows that the few parties (only party?) who say they will do something for the country's failing infrastructure, education, employment, social problems, crime, are talking about a country of all its citizens, including its Moslems, Druze and Christians. There has been much in the press and even in the courts recently about how these populations are underprivileged in relation to the Jewish "sector". The election campaign has reflected this by talking to its Jewish citizens only and this has resulted in, and been compounded by, an absence of minority candidates. You can hardly blame them for being at least as under-enthused this time around as the country's majority. Moshe Arens, what exactly were you proposing? You never said.
from the article: The missing Arab issue