A few weeks ago, I wrote a post sharing my personal grappling with the question of whether to vote or not in the election in 12 days. I'm still not sure if I will end up voting, as it feels to me in principal like conceding to Israel's farcical democracy and a direct affront to all the disenfranchised Palestinians who live under the same governmental roof. But if I do vote, I know who I will vote for: Da'am, the Arab-Jewish workers' party. I'm not going to elaborate much more, at least not in this post (you can read their platform…Read More... | 26 Comments
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