(Jewish Press) Residents of the Bedouin village Arab al Na'im in northern Israel were not surprised Wednesday to discover that more than 76 percent of them had voted for the Likud party. The United Arab List received only about 15 percent of the village's votes, Ma'ariv reported.
Why did these Bedouin villagers vote en masse for Netanyahu's party?
Village Clerk Nimer Naim told Ma'riv: "The truth is it's surprising to us as well, but it turns out each one of us voted their hearts. It was a free election."
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