The Joint List is the third largest political power in Israel


The Joint List became the third largest political party in the Israeli Knesset after it received 436,532 votes, about 10.98% of total votes in Israel. The List is made up of 4 political parties from the Arab community, including Jewish representation from Hadash. Reports show that thousands of Jewish voters supported the List. The final results ensure that 17-18 Arab Mk's will serve in the next Knesset

The Joint List is the third largest political power in Israel
Last update : 20/3/2015  
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The Mossawa Center Announces the Opening of The Fourth Annual Palestinian Culture Month


The Mossawa Center- the Advocacy Center for Arab Citizens in Israel announces the opening of the 2015 Palestinian Culture Month, in cooperation with institutions and cultural centers throughout the Arab community.

The Mossawa Center Announces the Opening of The Fourth Annual Palestinian Culture Month
Last update : 5/3/2015  
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One Arab citizen dead and dozens more injured after violent clashes with police at funeral for Sami Al-Ja'ar


On Sunday night January 18th, Sami Ziadna age 43 died after police violence erupted at the funeral for 20 year old Sami Al-Ja'ar. Ja'ar was killed on January 14th during a police drug raid in Rahat.

One Arab citizen dead and dozens more injured after violent clashes with police at funeral for Sami Al-Ja'ar
Last update : 20/1/2015  
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Israeli police shoot and kill Arab citizen in Rahat City


On Wednesday evening January 15th Israeli police shot and killed 20 year old Sami Al Ja'ar in Rahat City in the Naqab.

Israeli police shoot and kill Arab citizen in Rahat City
Last update : 20/1/2015  
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The Mossawa Center demands appropriate representation of Arab citizens during Elections


The Mossawa Center has called on Israeli broadcasting organizations, the Cable Council and the Israeli Broadcasting Authority to ensure appropriate and fair representation of Arab citizens in the run up to the Knesset elections scheduled for March 17th.

The Mossawa Center demands appropriate representation of Arab citizens during Elections
Last update : 9/1/2015  
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