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Survey: Increasing number of Israelis would support Arab party joining government

The survey by the Israeli human rights group also concluded that most Israelis and Palestinians believe the International Criminal Court's probe into alleged Israeli crimes will not affect policy.
Israeli Arab politician, leader of the United Arab List Mansour Abbas (R) attends consultations with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin (L) on who might form the next coalition government, at the president's residence in Jerusalem, on April 5, 2021.

A survey from an Israeli human rights organization this week revealed Israeli and Palestinian attitudes on West Bank annexation, the International Criminal Court, Arab participation in Israeli politics and more.

B’Tselem released findings from a public opinion survey on Monday. The rights group asked questions to people in both Israel and the Palestinian territories the West Bank and Gaza, they said in a press release.

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