Israel is holding a general election held for the second time this year on Tuesday - an unprecedented situation caused because PM Benjamin Netanyahu’s failure to form a government. The election rerun presents a second chance for Israeli Arab parties, which had a poor showing in April polls. This time they are standing united, and hoping to sway Jewish voters too. FRANCE 24’s Antoine Mariotti, Cécile Galluccio and Irris Makler report.
‘What we need is unity’: Israeli Arab coalition appeals to Jewish vote