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ISRAEL-ELECTION/ARABS
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March 09, 2015
Ayman Odeh (C), head of the Joint Arab List, speaks with members of a production crew before the filming...
Tel Aviv, Israel
Head of the Joint Arab List speaks with members of a production crew in Tel Aviv
Ayman Odeh (C), head of the Joint Arab List, speaks with members of a production crew before the filming of a television campaign ad in Tel Aviv March 8, 2015. A political sideshow for much of the past six decades, Israel's Arab minority is hoping to gain much-needed muscle after next week's parliamentary election, with four Arab parties uniting under one banner for the first time. Surveys show the Joint Arab List could even finish third in the vote and become a factor in the coalition-building that dominates Israeli politics, where no party has ever won a parliament majority. Picture taken March 8, 2015. REUTERS/Baz Ratner (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
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