In some Arab towns, some rightists do suspiciously well in Likud primary vote
This week's vote wasn't an ideological statement by Israeli minorities who support the right of the Jewish people to their homeland.
Moshe Feiglin received 228 votes in the Likud primary in Shfaram - a city with a 60 percent Muslim population, with the rest of the people Druze and Christian. In comparison, Likud received only 193 votes in Shfaram in the 2009 election.
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