Middle East

Tight Israeli vote means Arab Islamist could choose next PM

FILE - In this Tuesday, March 23, 2021 file photo, Mansour Abbas, leader of the United Arab List, also known by the Hebrew name Ra'am, votes for Israel's parliamentary election at a polling station in Maghar, Israel. After a hard-fought election, an Arab Islamist could choose Israel's next prime minister. Tuesday's elections have left a razor-thin margin between a right-wing coalition led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a diverse array of parties bent on ousting him. Each side needs the

 

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