Israeli Election: Two Major Arab Parties Agree on Joint Run for Knesset

Balad and Hadash to run on joint ticket for Israel's November election, but Ta’al – the third party making up the Joint List – described the agreement as a 'stab in the back'

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Two of the major parties representing Israel’s Arab minority have agreed to run on a joint ticket in the upcoming Knesset election.

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