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We reached our goal!

Thanks to donations of nearly 1,500 Zazim members who extended a hand in solidarity to the Bedouin community and chipped in for transportation to the polls - we will be able to pay for 50 minibusses, which will shuttle voters from unrecognized villages to voting stations in the Negev on election day!

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With just days until the Israeli elections, our public conversation is being poisoned by increasing incitement against Arab citizens, and the very core of our fragile democracy is threatened. Now it is up to us to create a truly democratic, citizen-led, Jewish-Arab alliance that will fight back against the racism and incitement.

More than 50,000 people in the unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Negev have no access to a local polling location. They are some of the most disenfranchised citizens in Israel - and are disconnected from public transportation, and most do not have private vehicles. Many Bedouins want to vote, but simply have no way to do so.

We are going to change that: We are partnering with the Regional Council of Unrecognized Villages of Negev, who mapped out the needs of the communities on the ground: In order for the Arab citizens to actually “vote in droves,” we will need 40 mini-buses and all-terrain vans that will shuttle voters - 15 at a time - to and from polling stations all day. The total cost of making this happen is 60,000 NIS.

In 2015, Netanyahu used racist incitement to win the election, saying ״Arab droves being bussed by Leftists to vote” must be stopped. Together, we’ll make sure that this time, the Arab citizens are indeed able to vote “in droves.”

Chip in now in order to fund transportation directly from the villages to the voting booth - and help us create a real alternative of cooperation in the face of the racism and incitement:

We reached our goal!

Thanks to donations of nearly 1,500 Zazim members who extended a hand in solidarity to the Bedouin community and chipped in for transportation to the polls - we will be able to pay for 50 minibusses, which will shuttle voters from unrecognized villages to voting stations in the Negev on election day!

***

With just days until the Israeli elections, our public conversation is being poisoned by increasing incitement against Arab citizens, and the very core of our fragile democracy is threatened. Now it is up to us to create a truly democratic, citizen-led, Jewish-Arab alliance that will fight back against the racism and incitement.

More than 50,000 people in the unrecognized Bedouin villages in the Negev have no access to a local polling location. They are some of the most disenfranchised citizens in Israel - and are disconnected from public transportation, and most do not have private vehicles. Many Bedouins want to vote, but simply have no way to do so.

We are going to change that: We are partnering with the Regional Council of Unrecognized Villages of Negev, who mapped out the needs of the communities on the ground: In order for the Arab citizens to actually “vote in droves,” we will need 40 mini-buses and all-terrain vans that will shuttle voters - 15 at a time - to and from polling stations all day. The total cost of making this happen is 60,000 NIS.

In 2015, Netanyahu used racist incitement to win the election, saying ״Arab droves being bussed by Leftists to vote” must be stopped. Together, we’ll make sure that this time, the Arab citizens are indeed able to vote “in droves.”

Chip in now in order to fund transportation directly from the villages to the voting booth - and help us create a real alternative of cooperation in the face of the racism and incitement: