Every election, 'Arab cicadas' arise from their slumber to offer reasons to boycott the vote, blaming all but themselves for their ills
Will the four Arab-majority parties continue with the ego battles and internecine fighting that will seriously damage their chances at the polls?
Arab-majority parties Hadash and Ta'al agree to run on joint slate ■ Habayit Hayehudi's number 3 quits after party joins forces with Kahanists
Meanwhile, Gantz and Levi-Abekasis discuss potential alliance ■ Arab parties Balad, United Arab List agree to run on joint ticket ■ Be'er Sheva mayor refuses second slot on Labor list ■ Lapid reveals Yesh Atid ticket
Putting all Arab representatives together is an obstacle to the possibility of creating a civic national discourse that crosses ethnic and communal boundaries
As election nears and with the Joint List splitting up, why should only one Arab party behave responsibly while the other is free of that burden?
Tibi called on the three other parties that had comprised the Joint List alliance to sign a vote-sharing agreement but ruled out joining forces outright
The sensational departure from the Joint List of MK Ahmad Tibi, chairman of Ta’al, together with his party colleagues, shook up the market for division in the Arab community - Now everybody wants to be the leader
Mtanes Shehadeh elected chairman after winning by a margin of just 12 votes ■ Former MK Jamal Zahalka: Arab public will punish those who will cause splitting of Joint List
Israeli Arab lawmakers travel to Istanbul to discuss arrest of three Israeli Arabs who came to Turkey for a kidney transplant
Red Flags and Headscarfs Clinging to Communist Past, Hadash Party Hopes to Reunite Israeli Arabs Behind It
The party’s new Jewish representative Ofer Cassif is a radical firebrand sure to become the right’s favorite punching bag
Hadash keeps Ayman Odeh as its leader, while officials discuss redrawing alliance of Arab-majority parties
Joint List Chairman Ayman Odeh to run for party chief again, contending against two new candidates. Hadash and Balad to hold primaries over weekend
One possibility is Hadash and Balad joining forces while United Arab List joins Ahmad Tibi for Knesset election
If the Arab representatives announce in advance that they will always sit on the opposition benches, there is no point to their being in the Knesset
I hereby announce with regret, mixed with relief, that we must adopt the words of Ecclesiastes: 'There is nothing new under the sun'
Forty-seven percent of Israel Arabs would prefer lawmaker Ahmad Tibi as chair of Join List political party over the current leader, Ayman Odeh
Dov Khenin, who started the year by quitting the Knesset, tells Haaretz how he’d be a greater agent of change outside parliament
All eyes are on Benny Gantz, Yair Lapid and Avi Gabby to rescue us from Israel's right with no contender committed to a peace plan. With Meretz and the Joint List on the downfall, it's time to form an effective Jewish-Arab list
Zoabi (Joint List) says 'the time has come to change my place' after being subject to 'character assassination and ongoing incitement'
Khenin first entered the Knesset in 2006 and has been involved in social and environmental issues
The whole existence of Arab parties is to serve as a fig leaf that covers the nakedness of Israel’s so-called democracy. Potential voters must now respond to Netanyahu's battle cry from the last election
Interior MInister Arye Dery, a convicted criminal and serial suspect, wants to prevent the appointment of an Arab as the city's deputy mayor because of his political views
The Arab parties believe that a major issue at the ballot box will be a crisis of confidence over the recently passed nation-state law, which their voters see as a tool to relegate Arab Israelis to second-class citizenship
Lawmaker Abd al-Hakim Hajj Yahya woke up to find his car on fire but says he doesn't know who did it or why and that his family is not in dispute with anyone
Women and young people played a greater role this time around, but tribe, family and money still rule
Neven Abu Rahmoun sworn in, vows to step up protests against nation-state law. 'This is a breakthrough for Arab women in Israel,' MK Aida Touma-Sliman says
The Likud Party was fined $50,000 over an event organized by a private businessmen designed to advance the party's interests
Requests for gun permits have increase by 183 percent in the past year after the public security minister changed permit criteria
Odeh claimed his injury came from a sponge-tipped bullet fired by police during the evacuation of the Bedouin encampment, while the police said Odeh was hit in the head by a rock thrown by the protestors at police