Arabs Are Not Voting in Israel
By Micah Halpern
Monday April 1, 2019
I've Been Thinking:
Israel's upcoming April 9 election is raising some important questions.
The joint Arab List is the third largest party in this outgoing Knesset. They currently hold 13 seats. It is worth pondering that important point.
The study shows that 19% fewer Arabs will go out and vote in the next election. That means a drop from their already dropping number. In the most recent Israeli election only 63% of the Arab citizens of Israel voted.
Ironically the motto of the joint Arab List is "flocking to the polls."
Arab citizens of Israel really are not rushing out to vote.
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