Can Jews and Arabs Work Together to Lead Israel Into the Future? WATCH

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What does the Arab public really think about Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's flip-flopping? What are the different approaches to keeping out of, or taking part in, Israeli politics? What's behind the failure of the latest attempts to form a center-left government with Arab lawmakers' support? What does a real partnership on the ground look like, and what are the main obstacles to its success?

Haaretz's Conference on Jewish-Arab Political Partnership, together with the civil society group "Have You Seen the Horizon Lately?" and the Bokra news site, have given these issues and more a platform. This discourse comes in light of the deep shifts both the Arab and the Jewish public are undergoing ahead of the 2021 election.

Can Jews and Arabs works together to lead Israel into the future? WATCH

The conference saw the participation of party heads, representatives and activists in the field of Jewish-Arab partnership. Watch the highlights below.

MK Merav Michaeli, head of the Labor Party, at Haaretz's conference on Jewish-Arab partnership

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