IN PICTURES: Israelis across the country take to the ballot box

Secular and religious, young and old select the representatives for the next Knesset.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 17, 2015 15:22
Israeli soldier

Israeli soldier casts his vote. (photo credit: IDF)

 
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On Tuesday, March 17, Israelis took to the ballot boxes, even the kids (Photo: Marc Israel Sellem).

Future generations made sure to learn and  help leave a mark on Israeli democracy  (Photo: Marc Israel Sellem).

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 Older generations had their say as well, adding their wisdom to the people's collective voice (Photo: Reuters).

This dog made sure to stand guard and protect it's owners civil duty (Photo: Reuters).

All walks of life, from the secular to the observant, contributed to their shared fate in Israel (Photo: Reuters).

And of course, even the country's brave soldiers took time from their service to fill another important obligation (Photo: IDF spokesperson).




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