Palestinian voters in Israeli elections must make their voices heard

Nearly half of the 2 million non-Jews in Israel who can vote have reportedly said they will boycott the election. But if they voted as if their lives depended on it — as many lives do — Israeli Palestinians could put as many as 24 Arabs in the Knesset (Parliament), making their voting bloc the joint second most powerful in the country. But over the years, the best they have achieved came in the last election in 2015, when the various Arab parties came together and ran as the Joint List. They won a record 13 Knesset seats, over 10 percent of its members.
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