Hadash-Ta’al disappointed fellow Arab party Ra’am boycotting Netanyahu meeting

Carrie Keller-Lynn is a political and legal correspondent for The Times of Israel

Hadash-Ta’al faction members enter their meeting Monday evening with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to discuss the majority-Arab party’s demands for increasing personal security in Arab towns.

Party sources express disappointment that fellow Arab party, Ra’am, boycotted the meeting. Ra’am and Hadash-Ta’al control a shared 10 Knesset seats between them, but have not overcome joint enmity to successfully collaborate on fighting crime in Arab communities, a shared priority.

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