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In recent months, polls of Israeli Arabs have shown that about 30% of them who in the past voted for the Joint Arab List would prefer to vote for a different party.
Over the years and to this day, almost all the Balad MKs and their family members have worked for the Association for Arab Culture.
On December 28, 2015, Cassif posted on Facebook an attack on Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked whom he called a "neo-Nazi [expletive]."
Zahalka slammed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as a "war criminal responsible for the deaths of thousands."
Balad's stated purpose is to opposes the idea of Israel as a Jewish state.
Zahalka did not hide the bill’s primary objective: To strip Israel of nuclear weapons.
Apparently, according to a behind-the-scenes agreement, in return for the Haredim blocking the Kisch bill, the Joint Arab List will support the latest Haredi-inspired version of IDF draft law.
The decision to ban a Knesset debate on the proposed “Basic Law: A Country of All Its Citizens” was adopted by a vote of 7-2. MK Bezalel Smotrich (Habayit Hayehudi) abstained.
The investigators initially estimated that the party concealed money received from more than a thousand private donors and organizations in Israel and around the world.
Rivlin, Netanyahu Call for Bipartisan Teamwork, Netanyahu Attacked at Opening of Knesset Winter Session
"You ... turned the word ‘leftist’ to a synonym for ‘enemy,'” Zionist Camp MK Isaac Herzog accused the prime minister.
The Balad party on Sunday morning revealed that party politburo member Nibin Abu Rahmoun has also been interrogated by police.
Police suspect that millions of dollars which had been reported as donations from abroad were, in fact, laundered funds of Israeli Arab citizens.
No Balad Knesset members have been arrested at this point.
Another demoted Balad leader is Jamal Zahalka who landed the fifth spot, which would only get him a seat should the Joint Arab List pick up between 18 and 20 mandates
Herzog did not explain how a 55% majority of the house can be considered "extremist" while the remaining 45% are the proverbial moderates.
"It’s inappropriate to condemn the victim."
Israeli Arabs are raising their voices against their own MKS and terror that are ruining normal life for Arabs.
Seven suspects have been arrested in connection with Arab violence at the Temple Mount on the first day of Sukkot.
Does democracy allow even a legislator to call a fellow MK a “fascist?
A 24-year-old Israeli math teacher is suspected of supporting the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) terror organization.
A govt-funded "peace forum" at Helsinki U featured Israel-hating Amira Hass and Jamal Zakhala.
The legal impunity Jamal Zahalka will continue to enjoy – the rights of citizenship, and special rights as an MK, afforded him by the very state whose existence he incites against – represents stubborn proof attesting to the continuing vitality of Israeli democracy.