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MK Heba Yazbak at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem

Heba Yazbak (C), MK for the Joint List party, talks to the press at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, after she appealed the Central Elections Committee's decision to bar her from running in the upcoming elections on March 2, 2020 over a social media post in which she expressed support for armed terror against Israel. Jerusalem, Feb 5, 2020. Photo ...

MK Heba Yazbak at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem

Heba Yazbak (C), MK for the Joint List party, talks to the press at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, after she appealed the Central Elections Committee's decision to bar her from running in the upcoming elections on March 2, 2020 over a social media post in which she expressed support for armed terror against Israel. Jerusalem, Feb 5, 2020. Photo ...

MK Heba Yazbak at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem

Heba Yazbak (C), MK for the Joint List party, talks to the press at the Supreme Court in Jerusalem, after she appealed the Central Elections Committee's decision to bar her from running in the upcoming elections on March 2, 2020 over a social media post in which she expressed support for armed terror against Israel. Jerusalem, Feb 5, 2020. Photo ...

Likud party event

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at the Likud party event on elections night at Tel Aviv Conventions Center in Ganei HaTaarucha, after first results were publicized. Tel Aviv, Sep 18, 2019. Photo by Kobi Richter/TPS

Raam Balad party recommends for Prime Minister

Hajj Yahya (L), Jamal Zahalka (C) and Mtanes Shihadeh (R) of Raam Balad party on arrival to the Presidential Residence in Jerusalem to meet President Reuven Rivlin and deliver the party recommendation for prime minister. Jerusalem, Apr 15, 2019. Photo by Esty Dziubov/TPS

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Tzachi Hanegb

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu with coalition Chairman Tzachi Hanegbi. Feb 29, 2016. Photo by Hillel Maeir/TPS

The New Right party’s headquarters

Naftali Bennet (C), leader of The New Right party, at the party''s headquarters after hearing the announcement of the sampling results for Israel's 21st Knesset, in which the party might not pass the vote's threshold. Bnei Brak, Apr 9, 2019. Photo by Ehud Amiton/TPS

Raam Balad party recommends for Prime Minister

Heba Yazbak of Raam Balad party on arrival to the Presidential Residence in Jerusalem to meet President Reuven Rivlin and deliver the party recommendation for prime minister. Jerusalem, Apr 15, 2019. Photo by Esty Dziubov/TPS

Ayelet Shaked at the polling station

Ayelet Shaked (R), leader of the Yamina Party, casts her vote for Israel's 22nd Knesset, with her daughter, at the polling station in Tel Aviv. Tel Aviv, Sep 17, 2019. Photo by Kobi Richter/TPS

Yamina’s leading quartet

The leading quartet of Yamina party in the 2nd Elections 2019, for the 22nd Knesset: Rafi Peretz (UP-R), Ayelet Shaked (UP-L), Naftali Bennet (DOWN-L) and Bezalel Smotrich (DOWN-R). Sep 17, 2019. Photo by Kobi Richter/TPS