Israeli Arab activists encourage voting, but enthusiasm running low
Arabs make up about a fifth of Israel's population but historically, voter turnout is low due to their disillusionment with politics and dissatisfaction with their own representatives.
Israeli Arab activist Rasool Saada is crisscrossing the country to encourage fellow Arab citizens to vote in Jan. 22 parliamentary elections, convinced they can make a difference. Numerically, he's right. Historically, it hasn't worked out that way.