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Israeli Jews Who Want Peace Should Vote For Arab Parties – OpEd

Eurasia Review Thursday, 27 February 2020
Israel’s third general election in the space of a year will play out next Monday. Each time Israeli voters go to the polls to cast their futile votes, they are given another chance to reconsider their failed habits — the key one being Israeli Jews only voting for Jewish candidates and not the slate of Arab candidates led by...
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