Israel's parliamentary elections on Tuesday are set to be the tightest this country has seen in a decade, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival, former general Benny Gantz, tied in polls.
Every vote counts. Israel's Arab citizens, who make up 16 per cent of the 5.8 million eligible voters, could determine who will be the next prime minister. If all of them vote, they could decide up to 20 of the 120 seats in the Knesset and overthrow the government. But will they seize this opportunity?