Emerging election results show the Joint List is the third largest party in Knesset, which leaders see as a chance to 'send that inciter Netanyahu home'
Asked by TheMarker, the Joint List of Arab parties was the only outfit to give detailed answers about its socioeconomic platform. Likud has no platform at all
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Joint Arab slate fears provocation at polling stations on Election Day ■ Likud Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon reportedly intends to retire from politics after September 17
Activists in the Arab community consider Kahol Lavan ‘Netanyahu-light,’ a party open to linking up with hard-liner Avigdor Lieberman or even Likud itself
Once on the verge of collapse, Hala TV is now aiming to become the home station for the county's Arabic-speaking community
'We’re two weeks from the election and we don’t feel any movement,' campaign worker for the four-party Joint List says amid fears that dull messaging would keep many Arab voters at home on September 17
Contractor came under fire when it said workers must have completed full military service, locking out most ultra-Orthodox and Israeli Arabs
Ayman Odeh wanted to rouse the political arena and his voters, but his words may come careening back at him like a boomerang
Ayman Odeh says he's willing to sit in center-left coalition, demands establishing Palestinian state, ending occupation - but other leaders in his party say they were not consulted on this deal, and Kahol Lavan were quick to rebuff
In a crowded Tel Aviv venue, Joint List Chairman Ayman Odeh has 'a very clear message: Nobody can understand what it means to be a persecuted minority like the Jews can'
Likud and ultra-nationalist, anti-Arab Otzma Yehudit party file a joint appeal to the Supreme court claiming that the Joint List lawmakers support terrorism
Joint List Chairman Ayman Odeh accuses former prime minister of suggesting Arabs aren't entitled to protest: 'You must be left in the past'
Israel's left-wing Zionist politicians won't challenge the occupation this election: They don't want to scare away the voters. So I'm voting for a slate that does - despite the militant anti-Israel antagonism of one of its factions
Zoabi and other party officials are suspected of falsely reporting millions of shekels that went into campaign funding
The Russian vote, Benny Gantz’s staying power and Labor’s survivability are among the issues deciding whether voters can battle Bibi fatigue
The main bone of contention was the ranking of Kahanist far-right Otzma Yehudit party members on the United Right slate headed by Ayelet Shaked