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The big winner in Israel's elections is the Joint List

Members of all four parties – secular, nationalist and religious – took to the streets, held rallies and brought people to the polling stations.

Amid political gridlock, Israel’s Arab citizens see opportunities

According to several polls, the Joint List, a coalition of the four largest Arab-majority parties, will gain at least one more seat this time around, raising its representation to 14.

Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein on the night the 22nd Knesset voted to disperse
Edelstein: Arab Joint List is illegitimate partner for gov’t coalition

But says no ethical problem for Netanyahu to be premier while under indictment, trial

Blue and White not expecting breakthrough in Liberman meeting

Liberman accuses Netanyahu of "begging Egypt to help us surrender."

Balad MKs rule out supporting a minority government

“My own village doesn’t have any building outlines since 1996,” said United Arab List MK Mansour Abbas in an interview with 103 FM radio on Tuesday.

MK Ayman Odeh places camera in PM Benjamin Netanyahu's face during debate on Cameras Bill
Arab MKs on Netanyahu handing back mandate: Good riddance

Joint List leader slams Netanyahu: “The former magician ran out of tricks.”

Opportunity for change

Since 1992, when supporting late prime minister Yitzhak Rabin, the Arab parties enacted a policy not to support any candidate from neither the Right nor the Left.

Pres. Reuven Rivlin has PM Netanyahu and Blue and White leader Gantz shake hands
Joint List endorses Gantz without Balad, giving Netanyahu majority

Blue and White decides to forego first shot to form government

AYMAN ODEH, leader of the Joint List.
Arab MKs: Netanyahu era is over

“We’re back to being the third largest party in the Knesset,” said Joint List head MK Ayman Odeh.

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