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Israel Elections: Joint Arab List breaks up, leaving Mansour Abbas out

Ra'am decided to leave the Joint List last week after the other parties refused two ultimatums to vote together against LGBTQ issues, and to allow Abbas greater freedom to vote with the Right.

Grindr users surprised to find profile of anti-LGBTQ+ MK Mansour Abbas

The profile was likely created in response to the MK's negative views towards homosexuality, w after Abbas dismantled the Joint List earlier this week due to disagreements about LGBTQ+ rights.

As Election Day approaches, Arab society is more fractured than ever

ARAB AFFAIRS: Within Arab politics, there is also dissension and fracture.

29/01/2021

Israel Elections: Joint List on verge of breaking up

Odeh's party: No Likud branch will be allowed inside the Joint List

25/01/2021
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Health Minister Yuli Edelstein seen during the vaccination of

Israel Elections: Poll finds Yair Lapid, Gideon Sa'ar tied for second

Coalition can be formed without Likud, haredim and Arabs.

22/01/2021
JOINT LIST MKs (from left) Mtanes Shehadeh, Ayman Odeh and Ahmad Tibi, and former MK Abd al-Hakeem H

‘PA, not Arab MKs, responsible for establishing Palestinian state’

Most Arab Israelis would like to see their representatives in the Knesset focus less on the Palestinian issue and more on problems facing the Arab sector.

Israeli Arab voting

Israel Elections: The Arab vote's short-term, long-term significance

Israeli Arabs have been shut out of key political positions of influence not only because of a discriminatory policy, but also because of their own political choices.

Disgruntled Arab candidates search for new ‘political homes’

At this stage, it’s not clear whether the four parties comprising the Joint List – Hadash, United Arab List, Ta’al and Balad – would again run together in the next election.

Emirati guests at a meeting of the Knesset Special Committee for the Israeli Citizens' Fund

Joint List MK kicked out of c'tee after harsh comments towards UAE guests

"There is one party in our parliament that voted against the Abraham Accords. They refuse to acknowledge that it is a new Middle East."

22/12/2020
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