Jafar Farah

Mossawa Center

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Director of the Mossawa Center, the advocacy center for Arab Citizens in Israel

Jafar Farah on KCRW

Israel's parliament, called the Knesset, has 120 seats. In Tuesday's election, neither of the two major political parties is expected to win more than 25.

Is "Bibi" on the Ropes in Israel?

Israel's parliament, called the Knesset, has 120 seats. In Tuesday's election, neither of the two major political parties is expected to win more than 25.

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