‘What we need is unity’: Israeli Arab coalition appeals to Jewish vote

Israel is holding its second general election in six months on Tuesday - an unprecedented situation caused by Prime Minister 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.