Painted as ‘The Enemy,’ Young Israeli Arabs Struggle to See the Point of Voting

In 2015, nearly two-thirds of Arab citizens voted in the general election. But Israel’s nation-state law, a resurgent far right and the collapse of Arab political unity has dimmed the mood

comments Print
It’s lunchtime at the University of Haifa and on a stretch of fake grass, students take in the warm winter sun and look toward the bay shimmering below. But talk to the Arab students on campus about Israel’s...