This concluding chapter discusses the essence and scope of political radicalization of the Arab minority in Israel. Arab politics is divided between extremists and moderates. In general, the moderates consider full equality as a worthwhile and achievable objective while the extremists continuously debate their attitudes towards the state and its majority. The extremists are more organized and more popular in their constituency than the moderates. This chapter also outlines a possible course of the radicalization and suggests ways of coping with it.
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