This chapter discusses the most prominent active partisan organizations representing the Palestinian population in Israel’s political arena. Some of these organizations act as political parties in the Israeli Knesset, while others have chosen to distance themselves from participation in parliamentary elections in order to avoid any cooperation with or legitimization for the Israeli state. The Palestinian political parties in Israel have been affected by political developments and implications resulting from the Arab-Israeli conflict and particularly the Palestinian problem, alongside Israeli national political, economic, and social developments since the creation of the state in 1948, in addition to being impacted by internal socioeconomic changes and transformations within the Palestinian community in Israel.
|כותר פרסום המארח||The Oxford Handbook of Israeli Politics and Society|
|עורכים||Reuven Y. Hazan, Alan Dowty, Menachem Hofnung, Gideon Rahat|
|מוציא לאור||Oxford University Press|
|מזהי עצם דיגיטלי (DOIs)|
|סטטוס פרסום||פורסם - 2020|
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