This Bedouin City Could Decide Who Is Israel's Next Prime Minister

As Israel enters another election campaign, Bedouin voters in the southern city of Rahat are torn. Mansour Abbas' United Arab List won most of the votes last time, will voters reward it now for the experiment of membership in an Israeli government?

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Jonathan Shamir
Jonathan Shamir
Jonathan Shamir
Jonathan Shamir

The morning after Israel’s parliament took the first step to dissolve itself last week, marking the beginning of the end for the first Israeli governing coalition to include an Arab party, it was business as usual in the southern Bedouin city of Rahat.

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