Israel Election: This Arab-Israeli City Was Part of the Election's Biggest Surprise

While the turnout in the Israeli city of Kafr Qasem is set to be about 20 percent down from the March 2020 election, two locals are on track to be lawmakers in the next Knesset

With few people out on the streets amid the gloomy weather and even fewer campaign banners and signs on display, Election Day in the Arab city of Kafr Qasem felt subdued and restrained.

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