Everybody Wants Their Vote. But What Do Israeli-Arab Voters Want? LISTEN to Our Podcast

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In the fourth episode of Haaretz’s Election Overdose podcast, Anshel Pfeffer and Dahlia Scheindlin try to work out what’s happening in the constituency of the Palestinian citizens of Israel, together with this week’s guest, Mohammed Darawshe, leader of the new Ma’an Party.

Also, can the never-Trumpers do for Gideon Sa’ar what they did for Joe Biden? Could Israel eventually see two parties led by women, and will either of them cross the electoral threshold?

Everybody wants their vote. But what do Israeli-Arab voters want? LISTEN to our podcast

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As Israel embarks on its fourth election in two years, Anshel and Dahlia, along with guests, will guide you every week through Israel’s electoral thickets, the issues, the personalities, the polls and a history of elections in campaign jingles. Have questions for Anshel and Dahlia? Follow them on twitter and leave your comments there @AnshelPfeffer @dahliasc. Read more from Anshel and Dahlia on Haaretz.com.

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Will Bibi's charm offensive of Israeli Arabs keep him in power? LISTEN to Election Overdose Podcast

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3 months to go: Haaretz launches weekly 'Election Overdose' podcast for political junkies. LISTEN

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Still have questions after listening to the entire series? Follow Anshel and Dahlia on twitter and leave your comments there @AnshelPfeffer @dahliasc. Read more from Anshel and Dahlia on Haaretz.com.

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