Labor and Meretz got 17/25 of their seats from Arab non-Zionist votes - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Zionist
    • 20.06.05 | 09:15 (IDT)

    It is absurd to think of Labor as a Jewish party and one that is fit to lead Israel, especially when most of their mandates come from Israel?s Arab. If the Arabs (20% of the population) voted for Arab parties, the Arab parties would have around 25 seats - instead they have only 8 mandates. What parties received the other 17 mandates from Arab votes? It obviously was not Likud, Shinui, National Union, Am Ehad, NRP, Shas, and United Torah Judaism ? the only parties that could have were Labor and Meretz/Yahad.That explains why Labor and Meretz/Yahad look out for the Israeli Arabs interests and are more pro-Arab then even the Arab parties. Once the facts are examined, it is easy to understand why Labor and Meretz/Yahad do not care for best interests of Israel. If I am wrong, I challenge anyone to prove it.

    from the article: Arabs for hire
    First published 00:00 19.06.05 | Last updated 00:00 19.06.05
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