Ta'al

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Ta'al, Hebrew: תע"ל‎ , a Hebrew acronym of Tnu'a Aravit LeHithadshut, Hebrew: תנועה ערבית להתחדשות ,
the Arab version: ?, Arab: الحركة العربية للتغيير ,
both meaning Arab Movement for Renewal, is an Israeli political party.

Its ideology is right-wing centrist, Arab nationalist, secular and anti-Zionist.

Political leader is Ahmad Tibi.

Ta'al was founded in the 1990s by Ahmad Tibi.

Number of seats in the 20th Knesset: 2 (+1).
Ta'al is cooperating with Balad, Hadash and Ra'am as HaReshima HaMeshutefet (Hebrew) or al-Qa'imah al-Mushtarakah (Arab) (both meaning The Joint List). Together they have 13 seats.

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