Jewish–Arab Brotherhood

Political party in Israel
אחווה יהודית-ערבית
الأخوة اليهودية العربية
Leader 22Elias NakhlehFounded22 October 1968Dissolved1969Split fromProgress and DevelopmentMerged intoCooperation and BrotherhoodIdeologyIsraeli Arab interestsMost MKs1 (1968–1969)Fewest MKs1 (1968–1969)

Jewish–Arab Brotherhood (Hebrew: אחווה יהודית-ערבית, Ahva Yehudit-Aravit; Arabic: الأخوة اليهودية العربية) was a short-lived, one-man political party in Israel.

Background

The party was formed on 22 October 1968, during the sixth Knesset, when Elias Nakhleh broke away from Progress and Development.[1]

For the 1969 elections, Nakhleh merged the party into Cooperation and Brotherhood, effectively swapping parties with Jabr Muadi, who had begun the session as a member of Cooperation and Brotherhood, then left to set up the Israeli Druze Faction, before joining Progress and Development.

References

  1. ^ Mergers and Splits Among Parliamentary Groups Knesset website

External links

  • Jewish-Arab Brotherhood Knesset website
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