Arab Movement for Change
- (Ta'Al)Initially a one-man Knesset faction established when Ahmed Tibi broke away from Azmi Bishara's National Democratic Alliance (Balad) Party in December 1999. In 2003, Ta'al, running on a joint list with the Democratic Front for Peace and Equality (Hadash), won three seats in the 16th Knesset. In 2006, it contested the Knesset election on a joint slate with the United Arab List, winning four seats.
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