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  • Who gets to vote in Israel's democracy?

    If we exclude Gaza, one in every 4.5 people living under Israeli rule doesn't have the right to vote in the coming elections; that one person is (almost) always Palestinian. If Gaza is included, it's one in three who is not represented. The Israeli Knesset is the sole sovereign between the sea and the Jordan River, with the possible exception of the Gaza Strip, which exercises a certain degree of independence since the 2005 disengagement. As for the rest of the territory, according to all acceptable parameters of sovereignty and independence - it's under complete Israeli control. The Israeli government…

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