I still have not made up my mind but I think I will vote for Balad, an Arab-Israeli party.
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Name: Fayrouz Saqrawi
Being an Arab-Israeli I will not be voting for any Israeli parties, as I feel we need representation of our own in the Knesset.
I think that any Israeli party which supports giving equal rights to Arab-Israelis is OK, but parties which do not offer these rights should not even be in the Knesset.
It is becoming more uncomfortable for us in some ways. Some leaders, like [Likud leader] Binyamin Netanyahu, want to control us and put us in tiny pieces of land where we have no effect.
Most of the parties running have put a big emphasis on security issues and I think this is a very calculated move.
People in Israel generally do not really know what is going on in the West Bank and Gaza. It is very easy to get these people's support once you scare them.
Using slogans like "Netanyahu is strong against Hamas" is smart but not fair.
Even the Labour party, which talks about social change and better conditions for workers, runs ads saying: "We care about social issues but we're not forgetting about security."
Israel needs a moderate leader as the whole situation is becoming more extreme.
Obviously the Arab-Israeli issue is what concerns me the most and I do not see any candidate trying to change this.
I care about my village getting the same funds and support as any Israeli village would. I feel we are being ignored.
Arab-Israeli children do not get as much insurance as Israeli children do. There are institutionalised differences and I want this to change.
We want equal rights.