The slips used to vote in the 2019 elections, April 9th, 2019
Findings of ballot-stuffing in Arab towns sent to A-G for criminal probe

Any party can send observers to any polling place in the country. In this year’s election, Likud observers were caught with hidden cameras in several mostly Arab areas.

Arab parties satisfied with exit polls

“I would like to thank our heroic people,” Odeh told supporters shortly after the exit polls were published.

Ahmad Tibi
Ra’am-Balad and Hadash-Ta’al

According to recent surveys, Arab turnout is expected to decline to little over 50% on Tuesday, similar to the average turnout preceding the establishment of the Joint List.

OFER KASSIF: Hate and fear are the wind beneath the Right
One-On-One: The firebrand on the far Left

Ofer Kassif, the outspoken Jewish candidate on Hadash’s list for the Knesset, intends to challenge the dialogue in the country.

An Israeli Arab stands behind a voting booth before casting her ballot at a polling station in the n
Study: Arab election turnout expected to slump to unprecedented low

“Among the younger Arab population, mostly first-time voters, 60% aren’t intending to vote. Among the older generations, over 35 years old, 60-65% said they would vote.”

Otzma Yehudit
Otzma on disqualification: Israel is not a democracy, it’s a judicial junta

Meretz boasts about getting Ben Ari out of the running.

 Jewish Hadash party candidate Ofer Kassif
‘Palestinians are killed en masse daily’ claims Hadash party candidate

High Court votes in favor of Kassif, who will run in the communist Hadash party's third, “Jewish” slot.

Michael Ben-Ari
High Court disqualifies Ben-Ari; Rules Ben-Gvir, all Arab parties eligible

With its decision, the High Court essentially followed the recommendations of Attorney-General Avichai Mandelblit, while overruling several decisions of the Central Elections Committee.

Ayman Odeh at a hearing for the disqualification of Hadash-Ta'al parties
High Court hears petition to disqualify two Israeli-Arab parties

Kassif’s lawyer: Comments about attacks on IDF soldiers ‘philosophical,’ not supporting terror.

Ofer Cassif
Attacking IDF soldiers 'philosophical' matter- Knesset candidate's lawyer

Lawyer for Ofer Kassif, Knesset candidate for Israel's communist party, says Kassif did not call for actual terror attacks against IDF soldiers.

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