Hadash-Ta’al Slams Lapid, Michaeli for Refusing to Block Barring of Arab Parties

The Central Election Committee on Thursday disqualified the Arab-Palestinian party Balad from running in Israel’s next election, though the party was not expected to cross the electoral threshold. Balad representatives said they intend to appeal against the decision. The debate at the Central Election Committee on Thursday who disqualified the Arab-Palestinian party Balad from running…

Hadash, Balad to Run Again Under Joint List

Leaders of the Hadash and Balad parties have agreed to once again join forces in the coming November 1 election under the banner of the Joint List, as they have done since 2015. Ta’al, the third party in the alliance of Hadash and Arab parties, has yet to sign on. The deadline for submitting election…

Under the banner "Human Rights are Not Terror," Hadash and Communist activists protested outside the Ministry of Defense in Tel Aviv on Tuesday evening, October 26, against Israel's decision to designate 6 Palestinian human rights and civil organizations as terrorist groups. Among protesters is Adel Amer, second from left, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Israel.

Joint List Meets with 6 Palestinian NGOs Defined “Terrorist” by Israel; Hadash Stages Protest in Tel Aviv

Lawmakers from the Joint List and leading members of Hadash were in Ramallah Tuesday night, October 26, to meet with representatives of the six Palestinian human rights and civil society groups that the Israeli government designated last week as “terrorist organizations.” While this meeting was being held, Hadash and Communist Party of Israel (CPI) activists staged…