OCCUPIED JERUSALEM: Israel's Arab parties have joined forces ahead of a snap election in March, forming a united list that observers say could win at least 10 seats in parliament.
The joint list could boost voter turnout among Arab Israelis, who represent around 20 percent of the Jewish state's population, according to polls.
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