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Welcome to the real news. I'm Marc Steiner, great to have you all with us. Approximately 22% of the nine million Israeli citizens are non-Jews, the majority of whom are Palestinians. They do have representation in the Israeli Parliament, the Knesset, but that representation has come under increasing pressure from Israeli leaders. When they were reprimanded, one member and worked to Salma's policy, any members of Knesset, another event led to the fracturing of the United Front of Palestinian Israelis they have with one another and their Jewish allies. Why fracturing? Well, we'll talk about that. On the one hand, Palestinian citizens of Israel use the Knesset to fight against institutional racism and discrimination. On the other hand, the Israeli government uses the fact that Palestinians sit in the Knesset to prove that non-Jews have the right to vote and that Israel is truly a democratic country. In 2015, Israel increased the minimum percentage for a party to hold seats in the Knesset to 3.25% of the vote. Now, that political maneuver forced the three so-called Arab parties to join forces, creating a united front called the Joint List. The Joint List is comprised of three very different parties: the left-wing progressive party Kadosh, the National Palestinian Ballot Party, and the Islamic Rahab Party, which itself was unified with the leadership of Ahmed Tibi. So, the chairman of the Joint List, Knesset member Ayman Odeh, spoke to Israeli television just three weeks ago and had this to say regarding the Joint List: "I am hoping that we will stay united, including our Madiba. We want him, we want all the components. Why? We believe it is a very important party, the third in size, the first time in history. 13 seats, by the way. The polls say that we will...