Joint List Hebrew Jewish outreach campaign unraveling as it calls for boycotts of Israel

There was a feeling that there was something new in the way the Joint (Arab) List invested in outreach in Hebrew during and after its election campaign, however its recent spate of boycott calls have worked to severely undermine the little progress it has made.

The Joint List put a great deal of time and resources into its Hebrew-language election campaign and its leader, Ayman Odeh (Hadash) has consistently voiced his wish for democracy, equality, and integration, while speaking on Hebrew TV stations, yet such efforts are viewed skeptically by the Jewish public, especially in light of its recent boycott campaign.

The Arab-Jewish Hadash Party, which is the most moderate of the parties in the Joint List, declared this week that it supports boycotting Israeli companies in the settlements.


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