Meet Israel's trendy new political parties
From the Pirate Party to the celebrity-centric Kalkala, the Eternal Covenant for the Salvation of Israel, to the Or ('Light') party, Israel has a new political spectrum this election round.
Many political parties have captured the public's imagination over the past few decades. It is hard to forget Moshe Dueck, who threw a grenade at the Knesset in 1957, and tried to enter it again through the front gate with his party Tarshish and the famous battle cry "Youth, youth, youth."
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based on recent polls (average)