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This requires to change the opening sentence into something more clear and specific.
Please note that in a related case there has been a discussion at the Arab Christians article and there was a consensus that "Arabic-speaking Christians" is way too vague for the content of that article.
Can we agree that the first line should say either "are culturally Arab" (note the piped link) or maybe "identify with the Arab identity". Jyg (talk) , 19 December 2018 (UTC) It was part of the coalition, but it wasn't in the government (no ministers).
This is contradicted by referenced material within the Cooperation and Brotherhood page which states: Cooperation and Brotherhood was "part of all three coalition governments during the fifth Knesset", among other instances. Raleb Majadele was in the government, but was in Labor.
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This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Arab world, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of the Arab world on Wikipedia.This article is within the scope of Wiki Project Ethnic groups, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of articles relating to ethnic groups, nationalities, and other cultural identities on Wikipedia.If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.The term "satellite list" is a pejorative (applied by some - by the way - during the 50s to the National Religious Party as well , and following the 90s to the two (now one) Israeli-Russian lists) for a political party that doesn't really function as an independent political party (but is subservient to political bloc/paren party). gradual decline in the electoral power of the Satellite lists, (i.e., smaller parties that align with a large party to form a bloc) until their final demise in the elections of 1984.The votes that had previously been given to those parties went either to Zionist parties or to the Communisty Party and the newly formed Arab national parties's comment above.If you are unsure if your edit is appropriate, discuss it here on this talk page first. Currently the lead says that "Arab citizens of Israel or Arab Israelis are Israeli citizens whose primary language or linguistic heritage is Arabic". The intention of the article is clearly to refer to Israeli citizens who are ethnically Arab (Bedouin, Fellahin, Madani classes, Druze Arabs and the Christian Arab minority); this definition certainly excludes Aramean and Assyrian Christians and Jews whose cultural heritage is Arabic by language.